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All experience must include the bad with the good, otherwise, you will end up with what you see on television.
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Your plea may be true, but empirical studies made on this site prove the opposite of your claim, Synthesis.
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Converse with people who are philosophically productive.
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If the responder seems red hot, just play it cool, you might have missed something.
If the poster seems red hot, it remains true.
If you can help it, be a cool boi. Best discussion comes from a cooled tongue that can release hot knowledge and ideas, keeping its cool the while. As long as we play it cool, nobody gets offended and everything stays right in the world. Neato, see you later, intellectuals!