IGS gets so boring with the highbrow pseudo-intelectual butt-scratching that happens when you people aren’t rasping Miss Kim or Mister Nauplius for whatever reason, and sometimes just the fact they’re around is enough to trigger you snowflakes!
I don’t know who’s been calling you names, but I find it a bit ironic that you’re complaining about being insulted while calling others snowflakes.
It was just a usual suspect, who have deleted her replies already, Ms. Ambrye, and probably that was done on purpose, to goad Ms. Ruil for hostile reply and pretend in doing nothing for that. And yes, Ms. Ruil’s reply followed that. Aaand again - yes, if you hurt someone, you can expect them both complaining about it AND hurting you back. Especially if that was done with malice, unfairly and for no reason. I don’t say we should support lashing out and insults, quite counterwise. But also I believe that we should support Ms. Ruil in here, as she is clearly a target of certain malicious elements.
No. Very few people here are interested in solving problems. Many are interested in just flexing on a MFer with verbosity and grandiloquence and strawmen, terrible sarcasm, lacking satire, and whatever else they think is clever. When it’s not clever, mind you. Most every person here doesn’t care. They may say they do care, but their actions and words show that they don’t. You won’t find many apologizing for it, either.
I’m not sure about that, Ms. Kim. If Ms. Raske were trying to hide her posts to make Ms. Ruil seem unreasonable I think she wouldn’t have said the following, which only pointed out that she said or did something which she decided was unwise.
The point I was making that it’s weird to complain about being insulted, but then to accuse others of being thin skinned when it comes to them complaining about being insulted or criticized. If Ms. Ruil’s complaint is legitimate, that’s fine. She’d certainly have a right to complain. Just don’t call others a “snowflake” for doing, or having done, the same.
I have a sneaking suspicion that this is because 1) the problem staying unsolved makes them money somehow 2) it spices up their otherwise boring lives. I can confess I personally indulge on the latter.