Anyways, beyond my experience and as a whole, what are your thoughts,? Are you guilty of stereotyping and making pre-judgements? Do you find yourself judging a book by its cover,? Explain
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I am not judging you, in any way, because I don't know you, or have I seen you, but I have interacted with some questions you posited, and I agreed with, even if I didn't respond, here, to all.
Maybe sites like this allow people like me to see 'your intellectual side' rather than what some might focus on, meeting, in person.
Right now, I don't know much about you, except that I think that you are well-educated, articulate, and passionate, in your beliefs.
I am not imagining anyone, any 'stereotype,' as I don't know you, and stereotypes tend to alienate, and harm, more than help.
The best that I can offer, is that I think you are like an onion, but in the harsh, bitterness, but the layers, upon layers, and I am guessing when you start to trust, you let them see more and more layers, under that dry, protective shell...
Depends some books are just a pile infantile dribble and hogwash, others are show pony's, they don't have any substance. Some grab your attention in the first chapter and have you clutching at your Testicles untill you finish the book. I think you have to try and read The first paragraph, Even if you are to tired.
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No. :) I'm forever telling people (and not just on the internet): "generalizing!!" And when someone does that, they just loose credibility in other people's eyes.