I never thought a word could be so poisonous because I never realized that it would become the definition for indecision and political correctness rolled into one. I miss, perhaps with a hint of nostalgia, the days when opinions were strong rather than these wishy-washy logical assertions.
Like when people say not to generalize. That is fucking stupid. It is, in fact, stupid. And it bothers me to the core because OBVIOUS generalizations have to be "explained"? When did my generation turn tail and stop facing the issues before them becoming nitpicking little turds worried about word choice?
I mean I listen to people talk about how giving everyone a trophy is stupid but when it comes to an opinion some weird interjection is made like "well SOME people are like that" as if, for some fucking reason, the word "some" explains anything. In logic the word "some" means "at least one". That's it. It's not a bold statement to say "someone out there has probably lost their debit card." No fucking shit.
Why am I mad though? Because people don't mad anymore. They try to do bullshit like "agree to disagree", which by the way doesn't make sense in context because that literally means that there is a sound basis (sound, another logical term people can't fucking understand) for their disagreement. It ISN'T based solely on your goddamn opinion. You don't "agree to disagree" on fucking climate change. YET somehow I see people actually agreeing to disagree... on FUCKING CLIMATE CHANGE!
My generation has the most graduates and educated people the world has ever known and can't, no worse, won't hold a goddamn opinion with some conviction. I wish you all would man up. "That's sexist!", yeah, it is also a saying, you whiny piece of shit.
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i agree. The biggest killer of any intellectual discussion in 2016 is the phrase, ".. but not all [x] are like that" Unless all of [x] are like that, you can't talk about it because the exceptions, regardless of their numbers in the real world, negates the rule.1