I'm asking a question which I myself will not answer because answering the question constitutes an argument and that would make me complacent and complicit in said argument, which, for reasons that will become clear in a moment, I cannot condone.Instead, I will describe the observations I have made here on CD over the years and let the reader answer the question down below, in the argument section.What I have observed is that the act of making an argument will, more often than not, lead to someone labeling you "an idiot" by their definition of the word which they may, or may not, then share with you. Further more, their labeling will probably be a rather explicit declaration, instead of an implied suggestion. And, to add insult to injury, they will not add a smiley at the end.This in turn leaves the person who made the accusation in the first place, exposed to being labeled an idiot themselves, since once they commit the words to a post... those words become an argument themselves. This chain of events continues until either one of the participants becomes tired or banned from the debate.Having described my observations, I now await the person clever enough to answer the question posed. Who are the idiots on this site ;)Please identify the "True Idiots" on the left column. If you can also specify the people who should be removed from the left column by identifying them on the "Wait..., what? Not an idiot!" on the right column.
Most mothers teach their kids to wash their hands after going to the bathroom. My mother taught me not to pee on my hands, therefore, soap is not required (just a good rinse and dry).
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It turns out I may be suffering from Generation-X syndrome.
Basically that means that I have to deal with baby boomers in real life and Generation-Y on CD ;)