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You have a point if the meaning of life is truly to mindlessly enjoy it and ignore all other's needs and wants or intellectual pursuits at the sake of immediate enjoyment.
Many, many people out there agree with you on that being the ultimate meaning of life. John Lennon is a prominent figure who promoted this as a philosophy; being happy is the ultimate thing to aim for at any cost.
This idea is something that most devout online debaters do indeed disagree with. We prefer a balance between how much we enjoy life and how much we care about the world, universe and even humans and non-human animals as a whole.
You may then say 'why talk,you're not really changing anything' but if we don't talk about it not only will we not increase awareness, the most important thing is we won't know if we have the correct ideology or not.
You, joecavalry, are part of the problem. You are basically third place in the scale of the most shallow poster of the website; in First Place is Outlaw and in Second Place is Brontoraptor. The place is not based on who literally is the most shallow but who is OFTEN AND CONSISTENTLY shallow in posting, blatantly wanting to get a giggle, a site-point and a rise out of the opponent rather than a possible motive relating to debating and/or understanding ideas.