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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    Eh, this is kind of hard, I don't think I can vote. I'm conflicted.

    Cause I don't think it's right, but I don't know anyone that doesn't do that in some way or another, including myself. So it just, is what it is. We are all in our own little worlds. Some more than others. And really if you think about it, if we are just being us, the way we were made, then we kind of are just doing what we're designed to do. Our egos are designed to protect us. So how can I say that it's really wrong....? It's like saying nature is wrong.

    There's always a reason behind someone's actions anyways. And some actions are just less preferred.
    We know everyone does that, that's not what I'm asking. I'm asking is it justified?
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    Yeah. When I ask to be left alone, nicely, clearly, and repeatedly, and this person continues to pursue mindless engagement with me, I feel justified in saying "please just fucking stop bothering me, damnit." Not that that worked. That ENFP laughed and was even more eager to interact with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    We know everyone does that, that's not what I'm asking. I'm asking is it justified?
    It's hard to say though. Cause that's asking someone to make a decision about other people, in which we can really never know anything about.

    It's just like saying Cindy shouldn't eat ice cream cause it's bad. I don't know what's best for Cindy though. All I know is that I shouldn't eat ice cream.

    I think I'm the type of person that thinks things happen for a reason. And whatever happens is meant to happen.

    So my answer is I don't know for others. But for my actions, it's probably a no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theDarkSide View Post
    Yeah. When I ask to be left alone, nicely, clearly, and repeatedly, and this person continues to pursue mindless engagement with me, I feel justified in saying "please just fucking stop bothering me, damnit." Not that that worked. That ENFP laughed and was even more eager to interact with me.
    i mean attacking you out of the blue, not trying to have a conversation with you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    It's hard to say though. Cause that's asking someone to make a decision about other people, in which we can really never know anything about.

    It's just like saying Cindy shouldn't eat ice cream cause it's bad. I don't know what's best for Cindy though. All I know is that I shouldn't eat ice cream.

    I think I'm the type of person that thinks things happen for a reason. And whatever happens is meant to happen.

    So my answer is I don't know for others. But for my actions, it's probably a no.
    Ok so if someone's parent died or they got fired from a job, nothing that effects their brain it's sometimes justified to be an asshole to someone that is minding their own business?
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    Ok so if someone's parent died or they got fired from a job, nothing that effects their brain it's sometimes justified to be an asshole to someone that is minding their own business?
    I don't know the answer to that.

    I think that if my parent died, that would definitely affect my brain though. The feelings in our bodies are connected to hormones, which can be released by the brain. So it definitely affects our brain. When someone has adrenal pumping through them, they are less likely to be able to think straight because all the blood goes to the extremities... And our flight or fight response is triggered probably everyday in this crazy world.... we have a lot going on with us that is not easily visible. So it's really hard to say that's it's not justifiable...
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    No. I try as hard as I can not to do it, and I expect the same from others (I understand this expectations may be excessive and I'm willing to concede a slight bit of bitchiness, but no more). It's really one of the typical behaviors that, when allowed, will just make you a punching bag for other people's negative feelings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    No. I try as hard as I can not to do it, and I expect the same from others (I understand this expectations may be excessive and I'm willing to concede a slight bit of bitchiness, but no more). It's really one of the typical behaviors that, when allowed, will just make you a punching bag for other people's negative feelings.
    slight bit is fine, but it's when people say "Oh I lost my job, sorry" like that's a good enough reason to continuously be rude to people. Sorry you lost your job, but don't take your frustrations out on others, especially people who had nothing to do with the situation. I had a major life event happen recently, and yeah it sucks but the thing is it give me no right what so ever to be a bitch to someone. that's my point.
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    Well Justifiable homicide exists...

    That would make justifiable rudeness pretty much a no brainer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    Well Justifiable homicide exists...

    That would make justifiable rudeness pretty much a no brainer.
    so it's justified to murder someone who has never comitted a crime whatsoever?
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