St. Louis vs NYR SCF matchup-who wins?
View Single Post
12-13-2012, 01:17 AM
Join Date: Aug 2007
Originally Posted by
No, but when someone discredits the opinions of others and outright tells them they're wrong, you can come off as a bit of a jerk. Honestly, you're acting as if your opinion somehow became fact when there's little to credit it.
So don't throw out the "it's just my opinion" card immediately after attacking others. There's a difference between attacking and disagreeing with someone.
Huh? When have I attacked anyone in this thread? All I have been doing is defending my point of view and stating why I find certain teams or their styles boring to watch.
I have made a distinct effort not to be antagonistic. I haven't attacked anybody nor have I outright said anybody was wrong. Did I not say multiple times "I can definitely understand your point of view," "some people certainly like different things than others," etc.?
EDIT: Perhaps you've misconstrued me refuting the suggestions of others (relating to why I find certain teams dull to watch) as somehow a kind of attack. If they suggest I don't like watching, for example, St. Louis because I'm jealous of their success, I'd say I'm entitled to being a little annoyed by it. For one, because that's ridiculous. But more importantly because it's irrelevant and completely avoiding the topic.
Last edited by Chris Hansen: 12-13-2012 at
View Public Profile
Chris Hansen's albums
Find More Posts by Chris Hansen