I see. I have taken great time to reflect on my apathy for people I don't know personally, and I'm quite bit more devoted into self-awareness than most people seem to be, which explains my reaction. I relate my findings on my self to every other human being, and vice versa, to some extent.__Xzyx987X said:Well, I think "the Monkey Sphere" is something we're all aware of on some level, concious or unconcious. It doesn't suprise me that you didn't find that to be new information. One thing it did do for me though, is make me realize that this issue is actually at the heart of a lot of the problems society faces. More so that I had ever suspected, before I took the time to think about it.
Ofcourse not. They can do that all they'd like, for all I'd care. The tone (hence: "seemingly humoristically fashion") was making the read less of a bore, but also thought to predict what I was thinking on the subject on a few cases that were just plain wrong, and I thought of as demeaning. There was a manner to it that makes the article leave a different impression on me than it probably was aiming for.__Xzyx987X said:And by the way, what did you find insulting about the article anyway? I hope it's not the fact that it compares humans to monkeys, because this article is definately not the first place that has been done.
In which case the guy of the article chose 50 Cent for a quote he did not originally make. It seems ignorant to me, but perhaps they knew and it was part of their humor. :lol:__Xzyx987X said:I can't say much about the 50 Cent quote though. 50 Cent probably did say it, and this guy just didn't realize he was quoting someone else at the time.