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View Poll Results: Which do you reject the most?

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  • Someone forcing me into a physical experience.

    17 73.91%
  • Someone forcing me into a change of idea.

    6 26.09%
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Thread: Which Do You Reject Most?

  1. #31
    FRACTALICIOUS Array phobik's Avatar
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    I can entertain new ideas and perspectives even if unwanted ones. I'd say in the end it'll depend on the nature of each, but on a more purely raw instinctive side, physical activities are the only ones that can violate my physical integrity, so fuck that.
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  2. #32
    Senior Member Array Winds of Thor's Avatar
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    First, no one has a right to force their opinion on you.

    If a dude were to attempt to physically force me to do something, were it not in joking, 'the mouse probably becomes the cat' so to speak. Lol.

    Mentally, I feel relaxed about this and, if I'm not bored with their antics I might argue them if I feel big enough of a challenge. Just sayin.

    I don't think there's a 'reject one more than the other' thing going on. Rather, it would depend on the challenge vs. the impact.
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  3. #33
    darkened dreams Array labyrinthine's Avatar
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    I feel more confident and at home in the world of ideas, so to entertain a new idea is comfortable and I will change my ideas when confronted with better information. In the past I have been molded into idea systems that I later found to be wrong, and that experience had a more profound effect on me than being coerced into physical experiences I later rejected. Unfamiliar sensory experience can leave me feeling a loss of control. It is hard to vote because more often the coercion into a physical scenario I reject makes me feel an immediate loss of control, but coercion in idea space has a deeper overall effect on my life if it manages to succeed.
    The first man to raise a fist is the man who's run out of ideas. H.G. WELLS
    The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool. FEYNMAN

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