Submitted by Hyolobrika in meta (edited )
jaidedctrl wrote (edited )
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Ohhhh, no, that's not it.
It's just that the type of person who is rigid about avoiding fallacies etc. tends to also be the kind of person that's absolutely unbearable and with too much free-time. AKA /r/iamverysmart
Reason is important, yea, but mandating it essentially limits those who can post to the type of person I mentioned before. Stick-up-ass, too much free time. I should know, I definitely used to be that kind of person obsessed with “reason” and “empiricism”. I was total asshole, and so were most of the people in communities that scream about how much they care about those two things.
I don't hate those kinds of people… I just avoid them IRL.
And please stop the armchair psychology, it's about as accurate as palm-reading.
Hyolobrika OP wrote (edited )
Well I suppose that since black people "tend to" use violence (due to poverty) therefore it's perfectly reasonable to insult and denigrate them. Isn't it?
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