NO ONE expects perfection. We are all just human beings
Mon Oct 2, 2017 4:18pm

with likes, dislikes, occasional personal squabbles with others, and so on. Surely you know that NO ONE is perfect, least of all me, and I don't even try to pretend to be. I'm just as guilty as anyone else of occasional jabs when annoyed.

However, the difference is LIMITING it to the occasional jab, allowing for the jabbed to react, and DROPPING IT. There's simply NO NEED to yabber on endlessly saying the same damned thing to the object of one's annoyance and causing a thread to keep popping up to the top, shoving NEW threads beneath the monsters.

If someone is hellbent on continuing an argument, I've even separated out their battles to reduce its footprint while allowing the participants to finish their squabbles if they were actually saying something different each time rather than idiotic blather insulting one another. It's not like we don't get it that people argue and sometimes that's how they discuss a topic.

But that's NOT what I'm talking about.

For example, ((and ONLY because it's the easiest example I see right away and NOT personal against you)) WHY did you even address HH about his remark to Sprout? It wasn't even directed at you?? It didn't even happen today?? It seemed pretty obvious to me what his intended point actually was . So, I just don't understand the reasoning behind so many people (NOT just you) who hunt for opportunities to jab other posters they clearly don't like. What does anyone get out of it??

Perhaps someone could make me understand what value anyone gets from it??