Pre-Progammed ideation of emotive reasoing in projective cultural paradigms

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  1. RainbowSingularity Registered Senior Member

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    post some of your favourite examples and discuss

    1 of my current favourites is
    "i don't think..."
     
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  3. TheFrogger Registered Senior Member

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    I think people aren't replying.

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  5. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    "pre-programmed ideation of emotive reasoing in projective cultural paradigms"...
     
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  7. RainbowSingularity Registered Senior Member

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    oh how rude.
    never mind.
    all good things come to those who sit around and do nothing.
    patience is virtual

    back to the topic(thanks for the bump).

    The bias(moot) is subconscious narcissistic defensiveness as a cultural trend.
     
  8. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    RainbowSingularity, when are you going to get it? No one can understand what you are writing in many cases. Your English isn't all that great so why don't you try to use simpler words to express yourself instead of choosing words that don't actually fit what you are trying to say.

    For instance you use "pre-" far too often where it isn't needed. No one uses "projective cultural paradigm" in common speech or "ideation". You are just choosing your words from the dictionary and not choosing the right ones.

    If you don't know English all that well then keep it simple.

    I generally just ignore your posts as they are usually just "word salad" and I'm not the first one to point this out.
     
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  9. TheFrogger Registered Senior Member

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    It is better to use one word rather than two or three.
     
  10. RainbowSingularity Registered Senior Member

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    melting something technical into something that services the ego of the reader is not really my thing.
    thus an understanding of a certain level of science in the way language and psychology moves is all part of it.

    has it occured to you that maybe i am not interested in your level of comprehension ?
    i am not expecting you to know how to run before you can walk, but you are suggesting i am asking you to teach others how to sprint before you know how to walk...
    its a little over the top as a reductive form of technical discoarse.
    some people feel inferior when words are used that their ego does not like or understand.
    i realise that point to.
    i have no desire to dance around peoples frailties to have a useles discusion that services their ego.

    instead of asking a question you have stated a fact.
    what do you think that tells me about what level of comprehension you have and thus whether i should bother replying to you ?
    i am not one to burn bridges on the whole, so at any time feel free to ask a question if you have one.
     
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  11. TheFrogger Registered Senior Member

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    What goes up but doesn't come down? ☺
     
  12. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    I see that my original reaction of ignoring your posts was the correct one. Carry on...
     

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