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I'd forgotten how often we saw Magritte

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Ignorance is not intent.
Asking to learn is not affront.
Offended is not entitled.

This vocabulary lesson brought to you courtesy of a few folks.
  • Oh, I'd wanna know if something I said rubbed wrong. What gets me cranky is the assumption that I deliberately set out to rub someone wrong.
    Really? I got better stuff to do than seek to piss someone off. There is important True Blood fanfiction to read!
  • Yeah, exactly.
  • People never seem to apply "Never attribute to malice what you can attribute to stupidity (or ignorance)" to these cases. It is a bit tricky to do so while offended, but it is polite.

    Mind you, polite is another of those things that people don't seem to go for these days.
    • Yeah- malice is the typical assumed motive, which... yeah, I'm such a malicious person. ;)

      And politesse is so very nearly a dead field. :/
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