obnoxious, possibly offensive, Egotistical-debate questions? It's like people are more attracted to controversial and negative subjects than the opposite, funny?
Well, if anyone's interested, my previous question was about a A brilliant, inter-faith, comedic, inspiring trio who enlighten people. They all are spiritual leaders in their own faith, they break taboos and have found a common ground which led them to believe that inclusiveness and tolerance are at the core of religion; that the three main ones compliment each other. I really like them.
Not everybody is an intellectual who enjoys reading or rational debate. Lets face it, most people aren't into reading to begin with, which is sad. Too much television will do that to the brain. I made a suggestion to another user on here to read a book about biological differences between male and female minds and how we are really different creatures.
He just yelled back "that's social programming!"
There was no hint that he was even considered why I mentioned the book. Combined with the fact that most of the people on this site are 18 or younger, they haven't had much of a chance to develop their emotional maturity, nor are they always that well-read or open minded. Add a dose of hormones, sprinkle a dash of internet anonymity and you have the end result.
I learned that lesson easily from being on this site for a bit.
People are more attracted to things that are spark drama because its entertaining to them. Like take the news for example, people like hearing about what goes on in hollywood and on the red carpet and other form of media news opposed to what's going on in the government, economy, global news , health news, etc.
People live for drama because it allows them to be the spectator of the controversy instead of being apart of it where it can turn ugly for them. They can even get involved and let their arrogance/ egotistical mind decide their actions.