>>96663438>You're choosing to take my use of 'please' as a whiney, snively pleading.
...no? I never said or implied anything of the sort. I was responding to you acting like I was attacking you, which has nothing to do with saying please.
You're kind of just jumping all over the place and projecting.>i requested you stop speaking about the subject because it's one of ideology. It has nothing to do with the topic and more about our respective views about employment and capitalism
You literally asked the first anon the question.
If you don't people to argue with you then why the hell are you raising such a question in the first place? You're acting like I'm a bully for picking up the chain of discussion.>whether you admit it or not
Yo heads up, you've predetermined I'm automatically wrong, which is pretty douche. Just saying.>the lens of me not being poor
Dude. It's a joke. I am not actually assuming your wealth. Calm the fuck down.>You're looking to speak about societal things
Not really, I meant exactly what I said: if you don't understand how that relationship works or object to the very idea, I don't know what to say in response. That's an admission that I can't continue a meaningful conversation if there's that big of a divide in perspective, not some kind of political preaching.>And I don't think that definition of used applies because moore wasn't poor and I don't think he was under-compensated. I also don't think being a comic book writer was his "right" or only possible job.
...why couldn't you just say this in the first place instead of assuming I'm trying to politically browbeat you? That's all you had to say man. I don't AGREE that he was properly compensated, but I can better understand where you're coming from.
I really don't mean to offend, but if you feel attacked in situations like this, you really shouldn't start these kinds of things in the first place. You're just going to invite an argument that makes you feel uncomfortable.