What I'm talking about is people decide to get their emotions tied up in their answers and ultimately become sidetracked from what the main question is and from the whole idea that your supposed to be answering a question.
I could be wrong but that's just my opinion, that people do tend to become sidetracked because of their own personal beliefs. Isn't that why we have polls, rating, and the Up and Down arrow system?
What do you think? (Excluding those who ask for your opinion and such)
Most Helpful Girl
Whats the point of answering without emotions? We are not disembodied beings, we don't experience things through an abstract sense-- we are physical creatures with physical experiences that trigger physical emotions/reactions/actions.
There are few times people will ever need to be truly objective on a website like this :P It's a site based on opinions, not objectivity. Objectivity is often appreciated, but is very difficult to come around.
I don't see the point in answers that don't have some level of emotion-- they are often impersonal, dry, and generally not very helpful unless its a discussion on medical conditions and such.0