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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    I judge people who judge people.
    That's rational, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_Sticks View Post
    At a grocery store .....
    I know this is off the point because it is a rational judgement. My pet hate at supermarket aisles is people who park their trolley at the checkout to book a place and then go off to do a bit more shopping. They always manage to return before someone twigs and moves their trolley out of line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    I just realized I judge people who don't like mushrooms. I have no idea why, but I totally do! I am just like UGH what is wrong with this person... almost disgusted or something.

    It is so out of nowhere. Does anyone else have weird things like that which they judge others about?
    I love mushrooms but I can see why some people don't.

    However, I kinda have that reaction when people say they don't like chocolate. To me, that's like the food of the gods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    That's rational, though.
    In your judgement.
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    I am very cautious about people who don't like animals.
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    I am judgemental towards other people who are not judgemental as it is judgement that makes us criticize the world and improve it and those who cannot judge others will always be weak and never able to assert dominance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    I am judgemental towards other people who are not judgemental as it is judgement that makes us criticize the world and improve it and those who cannot judge others will always be weak and never able to assert dominance.
    It is delightful that this statement was made in a thread called, "Irrational Judgements". I do get the basic premise of your statement, but the world would be improved with less judgement. It has been taken to a frenetic extreme. People can judge as "bad" whatever they fear and they fear what they don't understand. It can take a lot of courage to not pass judgment. There is a rationalistic view for a position of non-judgment, but this is the thread for running and hiding from people who are too tall, which I've done.
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    Virtually the only group that I'm judgmental toward is the engineering types, what, with their overly-analytical, pushy pedantry.

    Let's all take out our rulers and make sure that we're exactly centered in our parking spaces Let's roll our eyes whenever someone happens to not be an expert at the irrelevant, focused material that we've chosen to master Let's all think that engineers are great at everything, including management and human relations, and that nobody else in the world has any skills

    I call it somewhat irrational both because of the sheer disproportionate magnitude of my irritation and because I have two engineering degrees myself. I distance myself nearly completely from my engineering background because of how I feel about that kind of person and because of the stigma associated with them.

    Wow, that's a pretty big umbrella of judgment. Maybe I ought to work on that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfie View Post
    I am very cautious about people who don't like animals.
    Good one. I agree!

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    I make many (to me) rational judgments about people, but the irrational ones generally concern bad grammar, eating fast food, and wearing clothing with prominent logos/advertising. Oh - and not recycling. The irrationality lies in the fact that I tend to extend my disapproval of that specific behavior to more of a disapproval of the person as a whole than is warranted.
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