I don't recall ever saying or suggesting they should alter the logo. Please point to where I implied this.
Not every child is a gamer. Not every adult is a gamer. Not everyone one is a Nintendo gamer or knows much about any Nintendo franchise.
Yet you seem to be really be insistent on calling children idiots. You also seem to be insistent that all the students should know what it means for some reason, and you emphasize this by pointing out that when you were a child, you knew the difference. That doesn't make sense.
Kinda happy I decided to take a short break when I did because you gave me a great example I didn't have to dig deep to find. I'm using the following example as a point of comparison, not as an attack, cast of judgement, or make that the focus of the topic. (I fully intend to contribute to that thread so I would like to leave that specific discussion to that thread):
In this scenario, I knew about this piece of information as a child. Should I call you or anyone else that made the assumption idiots? No. That doesn't make any sense. Why insult someone over ignorance? I might as well laugh that someone doesn't know how to accurately use manifolds to calculate measurements of objects or even know how to use metric spaces properly or know how to code in Java or C# or yadda yadda yadda.
That's the only important reason to bring up that scenario.
They're are key differences between this scenario and yours:
- You're an adult. They're literally children. You're age difference is a clear advantage of amassing more information than them.
- The information you were ignorant about was information you had both the time and context of checking. The kids probably had no knowledge whatsoever to extrapolate from
- Their situation was much more high risk and needed immediate judgement. Your situation never had anywhere near the same level of risk or urgency.
Their situation was much worse and understandable than yours... yet you have the nerve to call them idiots. I don't think that level of hypocrisy is acceptable in a discussion, serious or otherwise.
Can you please specify what you are referring to when you say "politics and things of that nature"? In conjunction with your previous post here, it comes across to me as both mocking what others have deemed context naturally entwined with thread and superimposing your values or ideas in the thread rather than from a decision to ensure derailment is prevented.
I don't believe I even need to bring context such as that to further contribute to this thread. I would just like clarification because it feels unfair to jump simply to that conclusion.
Not unfair at all. Bringing up American gun control policies and things related to it have no place in this thread.
Posts like this talking government,protests,gun control,etc etc, belong in the political section of the website.
If people want to take it the political route then feel free to make a thread in that section and continue the conversation.
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