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Comment: Re:Why are people bullying? (Score 1) 335

Religion would fail at most of its goals if it didn't have the divisive/chosen-people/"us vs them" angle. That's what makes it fun, we can castigate out-groups and do whatever the fuck we like, including but not limited to rape and murder, and as an added bonus we get to please 'god' into the bargain. Religion excels at what it is for - enabling cunts to do cuntish things.

Comment: Re: Why are people bullying? (Score 1) 335

It exists in the animal world as well, though mostly on the more evolved species. Bullying is social hygiene.

Your point would be true genius were it not for the fact that bullies, typically, are not high-quality examples of humanity. They are typically socially repressed mental and emotional retards (much like yourself). The only reason I'm being so rude is I know you'd appreciate my efforts to socially hygienize some /. comments.

Joking aside; I wish I could say nice troll, but I can't because it's too obvious.

Comment: Re:"Drama of mental illness" (Score 1) 335

She wants to be part of a narrative that spreads. e.g. Phones were good, but now they're bad, all these bad things happen because of phones.

In short, with some people I believe that the details of the story are irrelevant, the direction of the story is irrelevant. Negative stories are good because FUD spreads with ease.

At the source of every error which is blamed on the computer you will find at least two human errors, including the error of blaming it on the computer.

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