Agree 100% here
Thank you for the mho 😊
Great answer! And online aggression bad enough, but I think it's spilling out into offline more and more
Exactly! That is my thinking as well
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🤣🤣🤣I love love this answer, but then I love all your replies, bath bomb 🤣 does that mean blowing up in the tub? In my day that meant farting in the tub to get the jacuzzi effect 🤣🤣🤣
Typically a molded ball of scented bicarb and a dry "acid" which react when wet to make bubbles (CO2). ( I know you knew that, I just threw that in for the gen-pop. )
Yeah I did lol my younger daughter loves those bath bombs (why did autocorrect change that to bath boobs 🤣) thank God saw it before hit summit lololol
*submit, see didn't catch that one lol
Yeah, those autocorrect features are just piles of shell anyway. (See, there it goes AGAIN!)
🤣🤣🤣 Yeah STILL living down the p*nis butter when it was meant to be peanut butter 🤦🤣
I agree here!
I agree!! And me neither
Isn't that the truth
How did that work for Robin Williams, or Amy Winehouse, or Kurt Cobain or, or the list could go on and on couldn't it 🤔
They are terrible customers and unskilled money spenders.
You know this wasn't a question about money tho right 🤔 🤣
Yes.I only wanted to show you that instead of requesting for a private message again, then wait until you message me and only then send this link to you.
No link is going to change my feelings more than what I personally experienced. We weren't Rick, but we didn't want for anything at one point, vehicles owned free and clear, debt free, hubby had a good job with great pay, but did any of that keep him from getting sick, did it take away the depression that can come with knowing you're dying? Or the guilt he felt knowing he wouldn't be around for his daughters? Did money keep him from dying? If someone offered me a million dollars right now or the chance to have my husband back, my kids to have their dad back, my grandson to have the chance to know how grandpa, well I don't think I have to tell you which one I'd choose... So maybe to you and some others, money is the most important thing in life, but not to me...
*rich not Rick
You amuse me Ms. Triple B. I never intended to change your feelings or your personal opinion about money and happiness. You asked before why some folks think, that money is everything and this link i sent you is sort of a late additional response from me. This is to tell you, that for some people (like obviously me) money = everything. Certainly not you included. I'm not a hyper religious fanatic in a financial sense, who knock on peoples doors and ask them "do you have a moment to talk about the most important thing in the world, that is money and investments?"
@Mamaganja we never had basic rights? what twisted delusional reality you live in? 😂
@Mamaganja wow that's very tolerant of you, attack me for stating my own opinion. tolerant left at its finest
Who strives to be tolerant? Not I. Don’t give a fuck.. people like you make me sick.
@Mamaganja what you need is a father figure. I'm sorry mommy was a feminist and believed one parent households are better for a child
I had both parents. Feeble minded twat.
@Mamaganja your daddy must of been soft then. no discipline
Army vet. I grew up at Fort Ord military base before it was shut down. Lmfao how fuckin stupid are you?
@Mamaganja now you're just lying. stop lying to yourself it's not healthy
@Mamaganja that's racist, I thought you Democrat slave traders hated racist?
@Mamaganjawow you see my profile pic and assume I'm black so deep down you know in fact since blacks are for trump they made must be black hating white supremacists? 🤦♂️ that's what's wrong with democrat blacks, the plantation owners still have a hold on you, still have you in shackles. I'm not going to tell you what race I am, I'm just going to let the racial hatred flow within you until you realize how truly racist the democratic party is you know... the slavery democratic party that killed northerners to keep slavery going. WA hahaha 😅
Maybe adults, but what about children who are just learning about Behavior and still in developmental states in life and are exposed to all the aggression and hate online?
Their parents should be monitoring what theyre doing. I wasn't allowed to have social media until 18+. By then i didn't want it and thats why GAG is the closest i’ll get to it. Too many parents are giving their kids a tablet at like age 7. Like wtf. Nah. My kid can watch tv (and not the new political influenced cartoons) OR play video games (offline) OR get a damn leap pad tablet that teaches them alphabet. No reason to have them on the internet so young.
Yeah but you can't monitor then 24/7. They can go online using other people's devices.
Yea im not gona helicopter them that much. But if i find out they were doing something they had no business with looking at at the school, im going to snap on the school for not better monitoring the computers/students. Im not worried about the kid doing stuff at someone elses house because they prob won't go places without me (outside of school) until theyre like age 10-12
But that's the very agree they will do stuff like that at someone else's house
Im sure i’ll keep an eye out. But i wanna show a bit of trust. If it was up to me, i’d throw every sleepover ay my house until they were 17 🤣 that way i can surveillance everyones kids
Except for the people it incites to cause violence offline, our the teenagers cyber bullied, who commit suicide, kids who will grow up thinking online behavior is normal and spill into offline. So I disagree it hurts noone
Oh, sorry... I got that question wrongI thought you talk about gaming... which is a total different thing
I think it definitely can
So you one of them creepy troll dolls with the creepy smile lololol 🤣
With my morning hairdo. I look like a troll doll
See did I call it or did I call it lol
Have you been talking to my wife again
Nope just smart I guess
But what about the younger users that are still impressionable and still in the learning stages?
@Brainsbeforebeauty I think young people understand internet communication even better than us old folks do.
Really? So why then have there been young people that have committed suicide over internet bullying, don't you see that's part of the problem, when people justify or make excuses for behavior that's not only unnecessary, but unacceptable... If it's not okay to behave that way IRL, SHOULDN'T BE OKAY ONLINE EITHER, yet it's supposedly not real cuz "it's the internet" yet it's spilling into real life, so how's that not real?
@Brainsbeforebeauty The people committing suicide because they're being bullied online are being bullied by people they KNOW (and in front of other people they know.). That's why it hurts so much.
That is not always the case
Well, if you're committing suicide because of a comment from a complete stranger, then I think you're a bit too sensitive.
I think people forget what it's like to be young, and that there's a lot of young users on the internet... And could also counter if the only way people can feel tough our strong is by belittling, attacking others, that's the real weakness...
I agree. And I don't pick on young people.
Why pick on anyone tho? For what? Just because someone doesn't have the same views or opinions is not a good enough reason to pick on someone
Lol. I don't pick on people because of their views.
But that's the only think you know people by online their views or their looks if they have a profile pic and only if it's accurate, up to date, and not edited... But people on here have taken mine and edited photoshopped and 1-used in a reply, 2-used to create a fake account, 3-used to post a question, so NEVER trust someone's pics alone... Mine are real, but when they're coming from ME but that people have changed mine, they could be changing theirs or someone else's and using as their own, so back to you REALLY only know someone by their views and opinions 🤷🏼♀️
@Brainsbeforebeauty All of those actions you described are completely inappropriate and inexcusable.
Yet happens all the time on here... You think I'm the first person that's been done to? Think I'll be the last? Of course not, cuz people suffer no consequences for negative actions these days.. Both online and IRL
Well, they should.
Just like people who unjustly accuse people of getting off on children masturbating just for having a different opinion, that shouldn't be allowed or acceptable or go without consequences either, should it 🤔 Yet happens all the time on here, doesn't it 🤷🏼♀️
@Brainsbeforebeauty Let's not start that again...
🤷🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️ just saying... ALL those things happen for the same reason, cuz people are allowed to do or say whatever they want and say it's the internet it's not real
We'll disagree on this one I think. But to me the more not only acceptable, but justified, condoned and encouraged Aggression is these days, and the more people behave that way online and get more attention because of it how long before that behavior manifests itself offline as well. Especially with young people that are still in the stages of development? Behavior isn't inherited, it's learned.
Interesting. Where is all the aggression these days? The only aggression I see is from the BLM/antifa types who hate America and have been deliberately allowed to run rampant in some cities. But they're just handful of useful idiots being used in bigger agenda.Every other American seems very restrained. When it comes to censorship, you have to ask who is your superior? Who is the wise an benevolent person that you would hand authority over you? Are we in grammar school where we have to raise our hands for permission to speak? I don't understand the trend toward wanting to give government more and more authority over our lives. I guess the media is good at constantly stirring fear. And, at some point, they'll have people eagerly lining up to get into the boxcars.
What happened at the Capitol was hardly restrained. And I hardly think that be the last of it.. Same with BLM... I think things will keep escalating.
I can imagine what mainstream media is saying about the thing on the 6th. I've heard bits and pieces of their hyperbole.What they don't tell you is that there were between 1 and 3 million peaceful protestors crowding the area at the time. You know, exercising their first amendment rights to peacefully assemble and petition the government for a redress of grievances, like informed and engaged citizens are supposed to do. Do you remember the terror of having a million people crowd the Lincoln Memorial to hear MLK speak? I know. Shocking. There hasn't been one report of damage or violence. Compare that to Seattle, Portland, Minneapolis or other Democrat-led cities this last summer. So, at some point, as if choreographed, police removed a barrier and literally waived protesters into the Senate building. And even then, was there any vandalism, violence or arson? Were any of those so-called white nationalist, neo-Nazi, Trumpist "insurrectionists" armed? Americans are too uninformed to know what a real insurrection looks like. What we saw on the 6th was an orchestrated opportunity to take some selfies. But the media sure did use it to take attention away from the massive, peaceful show of solidarity outside. I know people who were in the crowd. They said there were people of across the full spectrum of races, religions and political persuasions. People who wanted fair elections, investigations, justice. But the media managed to paint them all as right-wing radicals.
I more think about the young internet users that are more impressionable, and put so much stock into the internet and may still be in the developmental stages of learning and behavior is LEARNED...
But impressionable young people who believe everything they see online you don't think that could influence their offline behavior?
No, I don't. It's the same argument people have been using for decades. "These movies make kids violent" "This music makes kids violent" "This video game makes kids violent." We've done the research before, over and over again. Every single time, it's proven to be bogus. "The internet makes kids violent" is just the latest in the same exact argument we've been having since before I was born.
But movies aren't real but people on the internet are so it's not quite the same. Video games are make believe. As much as people say the internet is not real, it is... Are you not a real person, am I not a real person, so then is not the behavior online coming from a real person? Kids don't always do what's told they do what they SEE, so if they see rudeness, aggression online that's not only allowed but condoned, glorified, excused as acceptable, they'll think it's okay to behave that way.
Just like how kids don't mimic what they see in movies, video games, or music videos, I see no reason to believe they'll mimic what they see online. Kids aren't as dumb as people make them out to be. We both know that. We were kids when people were saying the same exact thing about us for the same exact reasons. It's not different. We're real people, yeah, but the consequences aren't real. A ban from a website isn't real. Prison is real and kids know that.
People don't mimic? Grown adults don't mimic what they see on porn? Lol sure they do, and kids that grow up with parents that smoke, who tell them not to smoke, how many grow up to smoke 🤔 Where did I ever imply kids are stupid? I have a two and a half year old grandson who's already way more smart than some adults I know, but I also know he learns by what he sees and hears, it's common sense, a lot of behavior is LEARNED behavior
True true!! And thank you for having more tact and respect than a lot of people in here (think you know what I mean)
Yep got it :) and no problemo
Not all do, some pretend or get more bold online they wouldn't have the cajones to IRL, I'm more thinking about the impressionable young people that are still in the developmental stages in learning and most Behavior is learned, not inherited, but noone stops to think about that these days in this me me me toxic culture
Your nice and i'm sure that your nice in real life too and maybe a lot more than here, i also believe that you will make me real muffins in real life unlike these virtual ones 😒🧁
You can think that 🤣
Meant the muffin baking, I'm nice to those that are nice to me, I'm respectful to those that are respectful to me, but those that try to fuck with me, fuck me over will find out nice don't mean weak by any means
What do you mean miss brains? I want my box of muffins!Don't play games one me cause i might switch from biting your forehead to eating your whole body 😬
That would be an epic fail
Than give me the box of muffins miss brains and ofc a bite on your forehead! 😌
Not always but think it promotes people to think it's acceptable behavior and better chance of it spoiling over into their offline lives, especially impressionable young people
@Brainsbeforebeauty Yeah I agree
I think it's more a danger with young people although see it happening with some older people as well
I would agree with that. And the more normal it becomes to be so aggressive on line, I see it having the potential to soil over into offline behavior
Yes, good point.
It might start that way, but the more aggressive people are online and the more acceptable it is, how long before that becomes the normal behavior offline as well?
I guess it depends on the person but it's too easy to say whatever online and people tend to say things they otherwise wouldn't have the balls to say in person. It's not 100% but I think it's the majority. Violence has been around for a very long time and I don't think it has anything to do with the internet. It's actually less acceptable than it used to be. That being said, with everything going on, there are probably going to be more riots etc. "Covid" restrictions are going to make more people eventually lose their shit.
The internet is not another world it's technology, use... And I'm quite sane thank you... People that can't converse like adults, that's whose sanity you should be questioning lol
Unless you meet someone online IRL and then you just might 🙂🤣
At least I'm being honest
I think so
😂😂😂 or thinks I am 😂
No--it's not personal. It thinks EVERY question is about sex! lol!
I mean aggressive can mean aggressive in the bedroom, but that's not the aggression I was talking about, well not THIS time 🤣🤣🤣
AI Bot is clearly in to rough sex!
Well yeah cuz A B could also stand for an*l butt s*x , talk about aggressive 🤣🤣🤣
🤣🤣🤣 just ten? Why not drink the whole 12-pack at that point 🤣🤣
I have listened to the dead kennedy’s To drunk to fuck, very formative time of my life. 😜
🤣🤣🤣 I'm having a drink now while have the house to myself cuz it's not for the whole night like I thought so enjoying, celebrating the peace while have it 🥂
Party on. Have a good one.
I think it could influence young people more
Age doesn’t matter, mainly the type of mindset. It doesn’t work on What Ifs people usually
Venting is getting things off your chest. Insulting people or threatening people online shouldn't be called "venting"
I didn’t have a better word.
It’s wrong but I think they do it because they wanna feel better. Like how some people have stress balls to relax although this hurts other people so it’s not ok
But the more Aggressive some people are, the most aggressive others can become, especially young people who see aggressive Behavior more accepted, justified, condoned by people and nice respectful people labeled weak or snowflakes 🤷🏼♀️ what message do you think that seems to young impressionable people?
I don't think it's the only reason, but I do believe it plays a part