Insights to me.  

Dominant_Traits 49M
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7/11/2005 9:05 am

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Insights to me.


Yes, here I am, writing more about me. Why? Well, because no one here knows anything more about me than what I write out, and it has become very apparent that most people's conclusions are that I am your typical "online dominant"... Like there's a bumper sticker on my forehead that says "get on your knees and suck it, (explitive reference to female dog deleted so that this post will actually be available to members to read)!".

First, if they're only reading my profile and not taking the time to get answers to any of their questions, or come and read my blog, they're not the people I want to get to know. I like people whose curiosity drives them to get answers to their questions, not those who just assume things because it's easier than looking into it.

Second, the thrill of online dominance for me ranks right between eating crayons and probing my own nasal cavity with a broomstick. I may be missing something, but then the things that make us different are also those that make us interesting to talk to.

Third, I am of the opinion that the most dangerous and damaging thing in this world is the judgment of others. Judgment is responsible for more deaths than anything in our history if you really think about it. In my humble *cough* opinion, this is largely because those who seem most inclined to judge others don't bother to research the topic. Judgment closes minds, stifles our creativity, separates people, and ends lives.

Fourth, people are entitled to their opinions, and it's not up to me or anyone else to decide for them how much they need to know about something before they pass judgment on it. So why am I writing this? Because I consider people to be my friends unless and until they prove me wrong, and I try to give my best advice to my friends.

I know a lot of people who're reading this are formulating ideas and opinions with every syllable they read. Share them! That's how education works, and whether I learn from you, you from me, or each from one another, somebody's life has still been improved!

Randy.

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