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HaymThem said:

Hello,

This is very informative and an inspiring post. Thanks for sharing. Looking forward for your next post.

 

Regards,

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kirby007 said:
HaymThem said:

Hello,

This is very informative and an inspiring post. Thanks for sharing. Looking forward for your next post.

 

Regards,

Lmao how did this bot get past the security measures

So you're basically saying this wasn't a very informative nor an inspiring post? That you're not thankful for for him for sharing it? That you're not looking forward to his next post? 

smh, bro



LOL. Not sure what to say.. Thanks and you're welcome to whomever was intrigued or at least entertained by the post. :)



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padib said:

Hi everyone. As some of you know I have developed a desire to encourage the community to grow from within. I have been doing some reading and thinking about what can help us grow and would like to present the material to you periodically.

Online forum life is a fairly new phenomenon, is understudied and presents problems to which real deep-rooted solutions have not been properly promoted. 

Huh.



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CommandoII said:
Well, negative people are negative and positive people are positive, and they tend to react to news that they cannot elsewise be forced to react differently. Negative and Positive bieng overgeneralized catagorisations of an array of possibilities (Humans Greatest Problems #30) ... beyond that the point is, a negative person reacts REALLY negative to someone else's positivity. So the context/semantics, thinking or lack thereof, would have nothing to do with it.

I would like to add "humorously" {unfunny word} that I don't think this is right at all. This describes "Critical" thinking not "Constructive" thinking and thenceforth gets this whole exercise wrong and backwards. People need better Critical thinking skills for thoughtful communication. Constructive thinking is how to achievebly accomplish something (typically given an inidyllic set of circumstances) [like boss fight where all your Armor is atypically unequiped, because it's a squaresoft game] AS OPPOSED to Critical thinking bieng for weighing multiple options and determining the best move forward [Chess].

Constructive thinking would only serve to deraildisrupt an intellectual forum. :)

You know, now you made me want to get people here playing Chess. It's such a good game.



It is! Unfortunatly despite having two friends who were Chess champions in high school... I royally suck at it.

I guess I should try picking it up again.



CommandoII said:
It is! Unfortunatly despite having two friends who were Chess champions in high school... I royally suck at it.

I guess I should try picking it up again.

I paid some good money to get it on Switch and while I haven't regretted it, it'd be cool to have people I could play it with. The random matchmaking system is quite awful, despite crossplay being a thing.

...why are we talking about playing Chess here, again?



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It is good to ignore critical comments from people that you do not know and do not care about.
Why should I let random toxic nobodies, who are misinformed, illiterate, uneducated, provide advice that does not apply to my life?
Negative people are toxic and their advice is useless and add no value to my life.