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Doin' a lot of criticizing, not doing a lot of helping. In fact, you haven't contributed anything positive to this topic yet.
What's your point?
I figured my point was fairly heavily implied, but i guess not...
My point is that it would be nice and strongly appreciated to see you positively contribute to the topic. You can complain about everyone else failing, but if you do nothing to stop it yourself, then you aren't any better. I don't mean to go all 'life lesson' on this, but if you saw someone (or some people) being attacked or discriminated against on your way to work one day, would you stop to help or just continue on? If the latter, then there are many who believe you should be held accountable. Now it's fair to make the argument that putting yourself at risk to help another may not be the best or most logical course of action, but nor is doing absolutely nothing or in fact helping the attackers for that matter.
The big difference of course is that this is the internet, where we are relatively anonymous and any 'danger' is practically removed due to the fact that this is virtual (thus non-real) space. But that means that despite the fact that you have literally nothing to lose when helping out fellow gamefaqs contributors and community members, you still choose to be a jerk and be needlessly critical. I'm not sure if it's to fulfill a 'great-than-thou' attitude or you're just having a bad day - either way you come of as very poor spirited. My inclusion of the word "yet" in my previous post was intended to open the door for you to make a positive contribution - that door is still slightly ajar, but my point is that so far this topic, you are demonstrating quite clearly what is wrong with gamefaqs today.
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