By shitnigger - updated: 2 months ago - 31 messages
First, I would like to apologize for the slight aimed at your mother; I was not aware that she had passed away. Sincere apologies.
Second, being a former educator and a sociologist (I assume that's what you are, you said, in your own words, that you were a "scholar of sociology and human behavior"), I expected a more level-headed response. Yes, it's true that I am trolling, and yes, I did want to get a rise out of you, but I also expected a modicum of the understanding composure that comes with being around people younger than yourself.
On the topic of your background in sociology, shouldn't you be aware that your very emotional and derisive response is exactly what I wanted from you, as the user above me pointed out? I suppose one might ask, "Is it really too much to ask for a *little* bit of maturity from people?", to which I would answer, yes, very much so. I don't think you have to be a scholar of sociology to know the effect anonymity can have on individuals. For example, I find it incredibly amusing to offend people and watch them bug out. I give into my vices, as there is no real consequence I would have to face. This hope that people on the internet might be 100% amicable would be fine if you're not talking much, but weesin, you are one of the most active people on these forums. You constantly criticize and judge others, putting forth your opinions and making yourself available. This isn't me saying that this should make you a target for all the bad shit the internet has to offer, but I AM saying you should expect someone to eventually come around and test you. Poke at you a little bit. And that's just what I did. But aside from this little gag, I do believe I've been perfectly cordial and helpful in my other comments.
Again, I didn't know your mother passed away, and I really am sorry for the comment I made. But I would venture to say that your response is also uncalled for. There are people with genuine mental illnesses. Several of my friends have checked themselves into hospitals for severe depression. One lost his battle and took his own life. My mother battled with schizophrenia, and largely neglected me from the ages of 3-7. My comment about clapping your mother's cheeks was childish, but it's just as childish of you to lash out with such righteous anger and suggest that I have my brain looked at.
Learn to live and let live, weesin.