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#ActualCornstalks

Posted 11 April 2013 - 07:40 PM

It seems that most people here are not reading what I'm writing

No, no, I'm reading what you're writing. You're writing things like:

Really, you need a whole lot more justification for something like that than "they don't like us, so screw 'em".

Why? If you hate my guts, why should I put my neck on the line for you? If we work in the same office, I help you out and cover for you but you spread rumors about me behind my back, you're on your own smile.png .

Which, to be honest, makes you sound like an idiot (I hate to choose that word because it's only going to fuel your fire, but I couldn't think of a better one). You really think South Korea hates our guts? I know several South Koreans, and I have a very good friend who lived in South Korea for two years and regularly visits it, and we've all had very positive experiences with South Koreans (read: they generally like us).

 

If South Korea really truly hated our guts, then sure, we probably wouldn't have any alliance with them or any obligation to stand true to that alliance. But they don't hate our guts. And pretending like they do is insane. I'm not saying things are all butterflies and rainbows and a perfect dream land, but seriously dude, they're an ally, not an enemy.

 

And now I want my 5 minutes back.


#1Cornstalks

Posted 11 April 2013 - 07:39 PM

It seems that most people here are not reading what I'm writing

No, no, I'm reading what you're writing. You're writing things like:

Really, you need a whole lot more justification for something like that than "they don't like us, so screw 'em".

Why? If you hate my guts, why should I put my neck on the line for you? If we work in the same office, I help you out and cover for you but you spread rumors about me behind my back, you're on your own smile.png .

Which, to be honest, makes you sound like an idiot. You really think South Korea hates our guts? I know several South Koreans, and I have a very good friend who lived in South Korea for two years and regularly visits it, and we've all had very positive experiences with South Koreans (read: they generally like us).

 

If South Korea really truly hated our guts, then sure, we probably wouldn't have any alliance with them or any obligation to stand true to that alliance. But they don't hate our guts. And pretending like they do is insane. I'm not saying things are all butterflies and rainbows and a perfect dream land, but seriously dude, they're an ally, not an enemy.

 

And now I want my 5 minutes back.


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