BasharOfTheAges wrote:Whether you want to admit it or not, snaky asses that push the boundaries and point out our flaws are more helpful to any community than the people that bend over backwards to hand lazy noobs their answers on a silver platter.
jasper-isis wrote:Snark and sarcasm make it so easy for others to laugh things off rather than actually think about what they can do to fix these flaws. Now that godix has actually built up a solid amount of credibility, I wish he'd say some things more directly instead of hiding behind the ambiguity of satire. But when change is not worth the effort, who am I to ruin anybody's fun?
Nya-chan Production wrote:I think that the sarcasm is a witty way how to get your message across only to the more intelligent part of the population, since the other part will be driven away long before they get the real meaning before they even get it
That said, sorry to all of that other part... though I don't think they'll get this (and even if they do, in most cases the won't fit themselves in that category.
godix wrote:Personally at least part of sarcasm is a mini-IQ test. If you aren't smart enough to get what I really mean then odds are you aren't smart enough that I'd want to get into a serious discussion with you anyway. Having reading for comprehension skills isn't all that difficult of a bar to meet.
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