View Full Version : Why can't people read posts

June 5th, 2012, 08:07 AM
Why can't people read posts from beginning to end.

I don't know whats worse, people who can't read posts properly or arrogant self-righteous pigs that use what you have written to humiliate you for their own self gratification...?

You try and help and either have to repeat yourself because they didn't listen to start with, or you get some pig that just wants to prove you wrong and them right.

It shouldn't be like this.

June 5th, 2012, 08:20 AM
Yeah very frustrating indeed. Have you been trying to help some folks, and are just getting attitude in response?

Some online friends an I on another forum were discussing a segment on a current affairs TV show on over here, a fairly controversial topic of the Police use of tasers. The segment was over 15 minutes long, and this one clown comes wading in stating "I only saw the first minute, but it was totally biased...." and then a big massive rant about it.

I suppose it's just the way society is going these days; people just wait to talk rather than actually listen.

June 5th, 2012, 08:21 AM
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