- Apr 3, 2020
Yes it's basic, it's basic to the point of being useless. If someone were to prick their finger when sowing and then ask where they could buy finger protection, to tell them to stop poking it with a pin and to go find a thimble is useless. Obviously he was looking for specifics so that he could narrow down his search rather than wading through the hundreds of reviewers out there.LifeCharacter said:Except telling him to just find reviewers who fit his preferences is fairly helpful and incredibly basic advice. Telling him to go look around and see who he agrees with and who he doesn't not only helps him along on his journey to treat games like simply toys but disavows the idea that he should look for an entire website that fits his preferences, especially in regard to reviews.
If you can't understand how having unanimous opposition might make someone lash out then you are so beyond basic empathy that there is no point to continuing this discussion.LifeCharacter said:I'm saying they're both so far removed from "understandable" that saying that one is more so is pointless unless you're trying to say that it is actually understandable, which you are. A single page of people making snide comments to you does not make "everyone who disagrees with me needs psychiatric help" understandable in any sense of the word.It's not more understandable for a man to push back after being pushed than for a man to push for no reason? I'm not saying he was right to do so, only that it's understandable that he should lash out when he feels the whole thread is against him.