Is 2D love a science now? Should every part of our lives have to be lived in a scientific, mature, and sophisticated manner? Does everything need to be studied to be justified and validated, having to cite previous conversations before coming up with original ideas? If so, doesn't that mean you frown upon others' waifuism if they lack a similar amount of education and work to understand you, despite how much original thought or passion they put into their relationships? If not, what is our incentive to go out of our way and look up 6-10 things you drop every post? First of all you have to persuade your audience that they should know what you're talking about. As I said in >>16330
>you are on a board with plenty of NEETs who junk out on anime, video games, and have dropped out of school, probably not electing to study philosophy and psychology in their spare time.
Even if these NEETS were theoretically more welcome than normals many of them probably have a contempt for school, precisely the part where teachers, professors, or competitive students look down on them when their performance is less than stellar, and you resemble that professor very much. (And we are not directed to the most reliable sources like students normally would in a class with textbooks, nor are we earning credits for listening to you.)
What makes an opinion informed? The amount of citations that support it? Could racism against blacks be informed by statistics of black crime rates, their lack of achievements through history compared to other races, and IQ test among the races then?
>Honestly, I'm a proven defender of this board
Proven to who? Yourself? Maybe one or two people that will bother to understand you? Or have you gone out and argued against normals who talk shit about tc and /mai/ and convinced them? Do you think talking to people is okay as long as you think you have proven your point even if it seems you haven't actually seemed to gotten it across?
Bottom line is: Do you want most people here to understand you or not? If you do, you shouldn't expect them to go out of their way to understand you just because you appear more educated -- most people wouldn't if they met someone like you on the street. Maybe you've experienced otherwise in your college or university or grad school or even at the dinner parties you're invited to, but keep in mind that those friends of yours would be the top 1% and most people wouldn't care about what you're saying, and if you want them to listen you have to make it more accessible. If you don't, then you should be fine with people dismissing you and calling you pretentious.
Post edited on 13th Aug 2014, 8:33pm