No there isn't. You seem to want to pick and choose what is and isn't part of society. The simple fact is, you are participating in society whether you wish to accept it or not.
You stated you weren't participating in society. That was obviously a lie. What else have you been untruthful about I wonder.
Then don't tell me to opt out if you think your just gonna set me up for a mindless run on words.
Maybe a big part of your problem is that you rely too heavily on what you see and experience first hand. That, coupled with the sewage on TV, can be a deadly combination.
what do you base you views on, if what you see and experience is a bad thing?
I don't dislike your view. I have no personal feeling either way. I'm merely pointing out that your words and your actions are not in sync. If you really wanted to opt out of society, you wouldn't be here.
That's too bad.
Maybe you should reread the comment. Perhaps if you understood it, you wouldn't have a "problem" with it.
There is nobody smarter and better looking than me...at least none that I can find.
Don't let Cannuck get to you, he's just having some fun- he knows he can't bullsh*t me, he just won't admit it. It doesn't matter what view you present to Cannuck, he'll take the opposite one.
The internet has no society, its for individuals... there is no law, there is no rules, there is no screwing. Best part, if I don't like it, I can turn it off, far from 'society'.
Oh really??? I double dog dare you to threaten to kill somebody over the internet.
If you are using a public computer, you are using the resources of the organization that has supplied you with the equipment. If you have a private computer, you've handed your cash to Microsoft, Apple, Exxon and a whole host of corporations that provide the equipment and technology for you to participate in the internet experience.
You have not opted out.
No, apparently you didn't. You have confused the statement "Maybe a big part of your problem is that you rely too heavily on what you see and experience first hand" with what you see and experience being a bad thing. See, the bad thing is not, as you mistakenly believed, seeing and experiencing things. It is rely too heavily on your personal experiences. JLM reminds me of one of the blind men in the story about meeting the elephant.
Hopefully, that clears things up for you. No need to thank me.
You're half right, Liberal equates with Optimism, Conservative equates with Realism. Both are necessary to get through life.
My dad is 80 and he plays and walks 18 holes of golf everyday. Not a tube or a wire to be seen.