I don't actually find it hostile, it seems more like an echo chamber. So for someone that doesn't just go along with that, it doesn't seem "friendly".
That post specifically mentions friendship. I was hoping to make friends here, but some of the members don't even seem to understand friendship?...
' situation is a complicated social dilemma, and comprehending it is difficult. There will be hardships for him,,, even self-imposed ones.
Anyways, he stated that he doesn't know the difference between love and friendship, not that he doesn't understand friendship. To rephrase it, he bundles love and friendship under one category.
Utopia is a very flawed concept, so is fully pleasing everyone. But you should be able to please everyone to an extent in a small community.
That's basically what I said.
Utopia is a perfect and simple concept with flawed execution
& still @ q3hardcore
But to be exact, it isn't that Utopias are flawed, or that the execution is necessarily flawed (though it could be), but humans in essence are themselves flawed to be able to conform to something like that.
Just like socialism, there's probably an extra-terrestrial society thriving in a Utopia.
having friends online is somewhat confusing at times, I've kind of learned to just perform the expected conduct around here and most people are friendly to me.
To admit, I'm actually a bit of a rebel ^_^;
I just act as myself, which frankly for the most part happens to be being friendly. Nevertheless, I do still have a benign dark side, something new from recent times. I'm not sure if it even counts as dark, it's more like a neutral gray area.