Also about opinion+147Chic-fil-A and Oreo are good examples of why you don't mix strong opinion with your business. It doesn't matter what the opinion is or what it supports; it's best to keep the controversy to yourself. Besides, we're already being drowned by advertising. Now we have to deal with propaganda being shoved down our throats? Businesses should just sell their products or services and shut up, amirite?
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Also about opinion+132It's annoying when people say that one thing is better than another for the sake of it. The reality is that there will always be someone whose opinion differs from yours - hell, some people still support Hitler now, even though he is generally a taboo subject that everyone assumes you abhor - and you don't need to check that your opinion is shared by millions of anonymous Internet users for it to be valid, amirite?
Also about opinion+41People tend to have a stronger opinion of themselves than anyone else has of them. For as selfish as this may seem, it's healthy. However, it's not healthy for that opinion to be exclusively negative. You are either your own most vocal supporter or your own most vocal critic, or both. But if you're solely your own most vocal critic, there's something wrong. amirite? More
Also about opinion+131You hate it when you make an awesome / sexy-ass opinion here but it's so good that whoever reads it gets blinded by it's sheer sexiness alone, thus not being able to vote on it, and on top of that the opinion never ends up getting it's dream of being home paged or being post of the day; it's a pretty sad thing to think about, amirite?
Also about opinion+179The Human Race is pretty hypocritical. For example when most people say that “everyone is entitled to their own opinion” what they actually mean is “everyone is entitled to their own opinion as long as I agree with it or it happens to be the general accepted standard opinion. If it doesn’t meet any of those two reasons they you’re allowed to bash it.” Amirite?