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  1. 1. Is it a good idea to like one's own posts



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5 minutes ago, Patine said:

Well, if you're apathetic to the issue, why did you even post? Why did you take a minute or less out of your life? You could have spent that time ribbing another poster in an amusing way, instead. 🙄

Why do you seem so annoyed I responded to this? I got the right to respond to whatever I want on this forum. So calm down boomer.

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

I was just curious, not annoyed. Until you did the obnoxious, "boomer," thing again (especially because you seem so clueless, you can't tell Generation X from the Boomers. One might question you Millennials' education, nowadays. You can't even do long-form math out on paper). 🙄

I actually can do long form math on paper, and some in my head in fact. I dont need to prove myself to some whiny old man on the internet. Go take your meds or something and while you may not be a boomer, you behave just as obnoxious as one given the context. So the label fits. Belittling the younger generation and taking pride in your "good old days."

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4 minutes ago, Patine said:

Now, now. The tenor of my last two posts and the emotes should say I wasn't actually being serious or mean-spirited. You obviously are. Even though things have calmed down since my hiatus, it's obvious I'm not the only poster who has a chip on their shoulder that comes out in far nastier ways from time to time than are at all appropriate. So, get a grip on yourself, please.

It's hard to tell at times. 😛

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

It's a life skill that'll help you in general in life. Many people don't wear their intentions or moods on their sleeves in the Real World, you know. And humour can be rough, without being a real, outright, genuine, personal attack. I suggest brushing up on such a skill.

Nah I can usually tell with everyone else here, and in real life. 

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47 minutes ago, Patine said:

I was just curious, not annoyed. Until you did the obnoxious, "boomer," thing again (especially because you seem so clueless, you can't tell Generation X from the Boomers. One might question you Millennials' education, nowadays. You can't even do long-form math out on paper). 🙄

The ironic part of this is that Prongle is in fact not a Millennial but rather a member of Gen Z.

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

I'm obviously wasting my time dealing with this obnoxious issues. And, @Hestia and @Zenobiyl, if you're going to say, through emotes, effectively that @Pringlesattempts at humour are not, obnoxious, and that they don't, more or less, often start these confrontations, and just side with him completely, then you two have lost a chunk of respectability in speaking on such matters yourselves. I am bone sick of this attitude that I am, "THE troublemaker," and no one else is doing anyone wrong or starting or exacerabating any of these issue. I will NOT be the beast of burden to bear the blame of the whole forum myself! Does everyone understand that, clearly! I'm not at all saying I'm innocent - not at all - but this bullshit singling me out as the SOLE offender MUST END NOW!

Now, where did I say that?

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

By disagreeing with me calling out @Pringles's humour as a common flashpoint, and by some other remarks on other conflicts in the past on this forum, more or less. I don't honestly recall a time you've ever recognized another participant in an argument with me as having any blame or part in the affair on THIS forum (I won't say on 270soft, because there was were some downright horrid posters, and the excesses of Anthony, we were all somewhat united against).

I didn't say anything about a common flashpoint, so if you would politely not put words in my mouth, that would be wonderful. 

 

28 minutes ago, Patine said:

Given your brand of humour is usually pretty toxic and incendiary, as well as mean-spirited (and, of course, unfunny, which defeats the purpose of being, "humour,), I usually take it at face value. It deserves little evaluation when the content is often so odious.

This was the actual quote. I was disagreeing that his brand of humor is toxic, incendiary, mean-spirited, and unfunny. I know Pringles probably better than you, so I was disagreeing with that. No need to ping me and jump down my throat because I disagreed with a broad generalization of another person. 

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