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Anything you can do I can do better

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by gypsyr0ad, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. gypsyr0ad

    gypsyr0ad Regular Member

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    Seriously, I know this wont change the world, but perhaps it may help even one person.

    As human being's, competition is a natural part of our genetic makeup (or something like that)
    But is there really a need to take it to the extremes, we take it to?
    Is it that important to worry about what that other person is doing, that we have to try to ruin it for them?
    Are we that jealous?
    If we haven't anything valuable to add to ones thread, we shouldn't even post.
    If we haven't anything positive to say about a person, we shouldn't even post.
    Negativity is worthless.

    You know how many people come to this board, post something, then x,xxx people just have to be an ass towards them.
    This board is here, TO HELP OUR FELLOW BROTHER, NOT PUT HIM DOWN, BECAUSE OF...
    Anything you can do I can do better.

    I just wasted about 10 minutes finding the song to use, and the posting it, when I could be doing something that actually benefits me, rather then worrying about what everyone else is doing and most likely have wasted my time.
    Think about it.
     
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  2. Oukast

    Oukast Senior Member

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    nar·cis·sism/ˈnärsəˌsizəm/


    Noun:
    1. Excessive or erotic interest in oneself and one's physical appearance.
    2. Extreme selfishness, with a grandiose view of one's own talents and a craving for admiration.
     
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  3. gjcontent

    gjcontent Registered Member

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    Most people who make threads and then get non-positive answers are making threads asking questions which have been asked thousands of times. They just don't want to research and read through past threads, and find the answers themselves. People who make threads that contribute something or share success stories are always met with positivity from this community.
     
  4. gypsyr0ad

    gypsyr0ad Regular Member

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    Not everyone knows the obvious that some of us know.
    No one looks at the big picture, they just jump to conclusions without thinking and usually pin it as "laziness"
    Which is kind of odd that people believe that, said person is too lazy to type the same thing into search that he created a thread for?
    that doesn't even make sense.
     
  5. gjcontent

    gjcontent Registered Member

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    All the obvious things to learn about IM are located throughout threads here though, and most are even in stickies which are at the top of each sub forum. But I think taking negative responses with negativity is bad as well, one should take that and turn it into some type of fuel for success. But if someone joins and makes a thread saying "I want to make $$ online how??" flame responses are justified IMO.