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i'm sorry this isn't very enlightening and intellectual. since as the wise don you are, you know that all human interaction and expression is high falutin. but just as you can bypass what that Russian woman posted (since moaning about traffic is high falutin, of course) you can do the same with this.
Oh, but your pastor and church taught you to always moan about things you dont' like. since they gave you this supremacist outlook on life. Your thoughts, your perceptions, your ideals, always matter the MOST.
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I guess I was just being a little U N C O U T H
 

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I think a lot of people mistake someone disliking their posts, as a dislike to the individual. Once that assumption is removed, it doesn't really matter.

Oh, I've definitely disliked some people's posts, and disliked them as an individual.
I don't like their thoughts, I don't like their personality. Usually because it's smug and condescending, self-righteous, moral grandstanding, sycophantic/brown-nosing, and/or intentionally harmful. Or in support of that kind of person, for some reason that I'll never understand.

But not with this guy. I just regard these threads as silly. I mean, the whole thing about yelling at retail workers is bad, but these threads are just so over the top and ridiculous, I just don't take them seriously.

I'm not even sure that any of this stuff really happened. Fake news!
 
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Oh, I've definitely disliked some people's posts, and disliked them as an individual.
I don't like their thoughts, I don't like their personality. Usually because it's smug and superior, and/or intentionally harmful, or in support of that kind of person.

But not with this guy. I just regard these threads as silly. I mean, the whole thing about yelling at retail workers is bad, but these threads are just so over the top and ridiculous, I just don't take them seriously.
For what it's worth, and I mean this in a good way, I don't think anyone really has to question how you feel about them lol.
 
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Oh, I've definitely disliked some people's posts, and disliked them as an individual.
I don't like their thoughts, I don't like their personality. Usually because it's smug and condescending, self-righteous, moral grandstanding, sycophantic/brown-nosing, and/or intentionally harmful. Or in support of that kind of person, for some reason that I'll never understand.

But not with this guy. I just regard these threads as silly. I mean, the whole thing about yelling at retail workers is bad, but these threads are just so over the top and ridiculous, I just don't take them seriously.

I'm not even sure that any of this stuff really happened. Fake news!
And you’re an arch hypocrite who values charity but isn’t that charitable. I stand that you’re a sociopath. You also assume you’re on top in all discourse. No that’s not how it operates. Any dislike here is firmly mutual!! And you'll cite these very ODD rules from your church or what your family in their subjective brains taught you about how people cannot ever not act warmly to you. lool. I dunno where that is from. Again, you love to project, don't you? everybody is an individual, so they cannot have YOUR thoughts or beliefs. Unlike you it seems I'm genuine and non-sociopathic. I don't believe I'm above rules and don't say high falutin stuff that I don't believe in. And yes, I did shout at store employees. As I'm a non-sociopath like you, I believe in order and structure. If a person is in a store DOING A JOB, they should DO IT. We all have JOBS TO DO. If there was no explicit instruction not to serve me, in good faith I should get served. I don't see how that's so controversial when that's like how the economy works. I've worked in customer service before, and me and all my colleagues never arbitrarily chose who got service. We didn't have that power, and neither did the managers. We were their to follow store policy, that's it. But Mr. Kind and Charitable believes in flouting standing rules, for his own benefit. How is that NOT sociopathy? If following a basic principle makes me "bad" so be it. Sociopaths like you need to learn. You'd say I'm "bad" for being a stickler loool. I actually like that about myself. I see that as a strength and not a vice. Again, more sociopathy.
 
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And you’re an arch hypocrite who values charity but isn’t that charitable. I stand that you’re a sociopath. You also assume you’re on top in all discourse. No that’s not how it operates. Any dislike here is firmly mutual!! And you'll cite these very ODD rules from your church or what your family in their subjective brains taught you about how people cannot ever not act warmly to you. lool. I dunno where that is from. Again, you love to project, don't you? everybody is an individual, so they cannot have YOUR thoughts or beliefs. Unlike you it seems I'm genuine and non-sociopathic. I don't believe I'm above rules and don't say high falutin stuff that I don't believe in. And yes, I did shout at store employees. As I'm a non-sociopath like you, I believe in order and structure. If a person is in a store DOING A JOB, they should DO IT. We all have JOBS TO DO. If there was no explicit instruction not to serve me, in good faith I should get served. I don't see how that's so controversial when that's like how the economy works. I've worked in customer service before, and me and all my colleagues never arbitrarily chose who got service. We didn't have that power, and neither did the managers. We were their to follow store policy, that's it. But Mr. Kind and Charitable believes in flouting standing rules, for his own benefit. How is that NOT sociopathy? If following a basic principle makes me "bad" so be it. Sociopaths like you need to learn. You'd say I'm "bad" for being a stickler loool. I actually like that about myself. I see that as a strength and not a vice. Again, more sociopathy.
Everyone's a sociopath these days. Try using a thesaurus.

Nope, it's not your right to yell at anyone like that. That was threatening. It's the role of management to reprimand staff, not you. A normal person would make a complaint or just let it go.
 
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If a person is in a store DOING A JOB, they should DO IT.

But where's the fun in that?

I believe in order and structure

Nobody likes a rule freak, though.

And you’re an arch hypocrite who values charity but isn’t that charitable. I stand that you’re a sociopath. You also assume you’re on top in all discourse. No that’s not how it operates. Any dislike here is firmly mutual!! And you'll cite these very ODD rules from your church or what your family in their subjective brains taught you about how people cannot ever not act warmly to you. lool. I dunno where that is from. Again, you love to project, don't you? everybody is an individual, so they cannot have YOUR thoughts or beliefs. Unlike you it seems I'm genuine and non-sociopathic. I don't believe I'm above rules and don't say high falutin stuff that I don't believe in. And yes, I did shout at store employees. As I'm a non-sociopath like you, I believe in order and structure. If a person is in a store DOING A JOB, they should DO IT. We all have JOBS TO DO. If there was no explicit instruction not to serve me, in good faith I should get served. I don't see how that's so controversial when that's like how the economy works. I've worked in customer service before, and me and all my colleagues never arbitrarily chose who got service. We didn't have that power, and neither did the managers. We were their to follow store policy, that's it. But Mr. Kind and Charitable believes in flouting standing rules, for his own benefit. How is that NOT sociopathy? If following a basic principle makes me "bad" so be it. Sociopaths like you need to learn. You'd say I'm "bad" for being a stickler loool. I actually like that about myself. I see that as a strength and not a vice. Again, more sociopathy.

You know, for someone who calls the rest of us "losers and wastemen", you sure were triggered enough to take the time to ramble quite a bit here.

Not to mention all of your threads where you act like you're a badass for yelling at retail workers, or how most of your threads are slight variations on the same thing over and over. Sounds like "wasteman" behavior if you ask me.

I feel like it's only people who have nothing going on themselves, that would feel this compelled to pick on weaker people, and act like it's some great victory - against the forces of, frankly, people who aren't paid enough to care to give you the first-class service you apparently think you deserve, let alone to deal with your public meltdowns. People that actually have something going on with their lives are busy doing it, and don't have the time, energy, or desire to put their lives on hold to make a big deal out of nonissues like the ones in your threads.
 
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But where's the fun in that?



Nobody likes a rule freak, though.



You know, for someone who calls the rest of us "losers and wastemen", you sure were triggered enough to take the time to ramble quite a bit here.

Not to mention all of your threads where you act like you're a badass for yelling at retail workers, or how most of your threads are slight variations on the same thing over and over. Sounds like "wasteman" behavior if you ask me.

I feel like it's only people who have nothing going on themselves, that would feel this compelled to pick on weaker people, and act like it's some great victory - against the forces of, frankly, people who aren't paid enough to care to give you the first-class service you apparently think you deserve, let alone to deal with your public meltdowns. People that actually have something going on with their lives are busy doing it, and don't have the time, energy, or desire to put their lives on hold to make a big deal out of nonissues like the ones in your threads.
Classic sociopathy. No sir, you’re there to do a job. That’s it. This is how most adults behave. But it’s cool that you’re above rules abd ll because your church taught you. And yes if people fuck around they get shouted at pretty simple. It may not meet your definitions of slackness abs sociopathy but such is life. See more evidence of your sociopathy. It’s standard to expect good service at most establishments. I laugh at your lack of social awareness and frank disingenuousness. I’m sure people have told t or about complaints made in Walmart or related supposed low class establishments. I do reckon you’re an actual sociopath who assumes he’s always right and knowledgeable and that others fear him. 😅😅😅😅 No sir, I can name literally many adults I know who do t engage this way. Oh and apparently I’m supposed to take bullying because I’m so low and inhuman when apparently it’s a standard that it’s wrong. You have said this - so fuck you. You don’t get to apportion humanity. Another sociopath check off point
 
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