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3-18-2010 @ 7:15PM
Critics tend to focus their attention on a product, rather than the person who made the product. It tends to be strictly professional and personality doesn't play a part in it. That's why you sometimes get directors like Rob Schneider sending bouquets of flowers to Roger Ebert, despite negative criticism, professional and personal lives are seperate. However, you're here criticising people for who they are, and many more for who they aren't. You assume everyone here is a nerd, despite yourself. Are you that blind? Don't you realise what you're doing? It's also quote hilarious how you're willing to assume anyone who provides criticism is instantly a critic. Earned Acheivement: Ad Hominem Attacker indeed.
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