And the whole “you were mean to me so you're losing my respect!” ‘routine’ is quite true. I mean it. Why do people do that? Because what purpose does the aggressive tone serve? Nothing, else than upsetting your fellow posters. It is still humans you’re talking with, even though it is behind a computer. It also seems to me that persons only discussing in aggressive tones are not interested in the debates, they just want to “win”. And that so unproductive. It creates nothing else than fights, at least it don’t create productive debates. Oh, and then there is the guide lines:
“Keep in mind that even though you are sitting behind your computer, you are still having a conversation with a human being.
We do not want to see: Racism, hatred, violent language, threats, real-life threats, insults, extreme vulgar language, flaming, otherwise inappropriate or hurtful language, harassment, grammar policing.”
But I think my “quest” is futile. You will not believe my motives. But fear not! I think I’ll take my leave now, no reason trying to speak with people who don’t want to listen to what one is saying, lying about ones motives and use hurtful language. I would only return to this debate, should anyone other ask something of me, or anyone at all lying about my motives. Farewell, I hope you enjoy your “victory”.