On 3/21/09 8:37 pm, a guildie of mine, dogsruleu44 told everyone in guild to go look at the BBS:
So I look at it and reply: "They'll die anyways." This instantly produces an inflammatory reply from her:
dogsruleu44: How would you feel if you were going to die anyways?
Harrisonized: If I were going to die anyways, I'd get a lethal injection.
dogsruleu44: wtp, my dad's a pharmacist. Stop trying to act smart when you're not.
Harrisonized: How's that "acting"?
(thinking to myself: wtp does your dad being a pharmacist have to do with anything?)
dogsruleu44: You think you're so smart but you're not.
Harrisonized: That's merely your assumption.
dogsruleu44: See: "MERELY" "ASSUMPTION"
Harrisonized: wtp. You mean I have to dumb down everything just so you can understand it?
dogsruleu44: So other people can understand it as well.
My first question is how I'm "acting" to be smart. I have no idea how I'm "acting" in any way when I'm only speaking how I normally do.
So a few minutes later, I notice that there are two major errors in her quickly typed up paragraph.
Trying to be helpful, I posted that strage was misspelled and that it should be strange. Then I tell her that when people are being kind, they should not be "profiting" off of it.
I once again received an extremely negative reply from her saying how she knows and that I don't have to correct every grammar error.
I told her that it wasn't a grammar error, it was an error in the intentions of the post. People who are helping out these dogs in Puerto Rico shouldn't be "profiting" off of our donations should we donate to them. Again she goes on about how I'm "acting" to be smart and that I'm actually stupid.
My second question is why my good intentions are misinterpreted and produce such strong hateful replies. Why is it wrongful for me to tell people of their mistakes?
It is common politeness to point out people's mistakes so that they may fix it where it is needed to prevent more people from viewing them. It is also common politeness to appreciate it when people try to help.
After I delete everything I wrote under her BBS message, as she's corrected the mistakes, I logged off to go to dinner. I haven't logged in until today but when I do, I've found this:
Sn0Bunny28: WUT THE ****
dogsruleu44: i know mandy
dogsruleu44: lol harrison deleted
dogsruleu44: everything he said
dogsruleu44: to make us look bad -___-
dogsruleu44: thats SO typicall
Here's her corrected post:I have two questions on this portion:
1) What is "so typical"?
2) I have better things to do than to humiliate people. Am I deliberately misinterpreted purely on grounds of hate from my initial response of "They'll die anyways"? If so, why is one comment like that enough to taint all others?
Why is it socially wrong to post "They'll die anyways"? I'd like to know.