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Thoughtful Thursday - An Opinion on Opinions

thoughtfulSometimes there really is absolutely no need to state your opinion on something. If someone posts an ad about a country home for sale that states they are willing to sever more acres, it is not time for you to chime in and say that the term sounds weird. No, it's time for you to educate yourself on common real estate terminology rather than suggest subdivide would sound less 'harsh'. Sever is a LEGAL TERM. This is not something subject to your "feelings" about wording.

It's a term used in a lot of things. Severance pay. Severing assets. Severing land.

If the only thing that comes to your mind is severing limbs, then you are the one with the problem rather than the rest of the world.

The knowledge of much of the world is at your fingertips. I don't give a crap what you *think* something is when it takes two seconds to confirm you're talking out of your rear end.

And for heaven's sake, it's a real estate ad. If you're not interested in buying the house, then keep scrolling. If you honestly can't find something better to do with your time, GET A LIFE. Seriously. There are a billion more fun and productive things to do with your time. Life is short and one day you'll wake up wondering why you wasted so much of it on crap that was meaningless.

These are the same people that are amazed at how much I accomplish on a regular basis. It's not rocket science. I don't waste time as much as you do. I set goals, make plans, and limit my time on things that are a waste. You won't catch me regretting lost time.

Have the courage to fully live your life rather than piss on others who are living theirs.

I'm off for a weekend of relaxation and partying at a cottage with a friend to celebrate our birthdays, which are a few days apart! Well, and a few years, but not everything needs to be technical either.

When I get back I'll work on my goals and relationships with humans that I care about instead of trolling people like a beta male.

Sorry for the rant.

Posts have been prescheduled for the next few days. I hope you enjoy them.

Salut,
R~

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