I decided to sharpen my mind a bit and I'll express my personal opinion regarding one little quarrel between G2B and Kutso and may be clear it out
I'm writing this long, kind of obsolete post because I'm bored at work and have nothing useful to do right now.
You do seem to have a tendency to point out that people are wrong. But really, there is no "right" and "wrong". You know that. Maybe it's time to stop playing superior almighty?
First, this forum is for expressing opinions, if all people had the same view for everything and when somebody shares something all others are like - Yes, I agree, great, same as me in 100% of the cases, no one would be here. What makes is interesting is the different views. Everybody has a view. When you see something that doesn't correspond with your point of view, you share yours and also share why do you think the other person's view is wrong according to you. That's constructive and effective. This is what we should aim for here and everybody does it consciously or unconsciously. Not only here but in real life as well. But especially here, in this forum, we're to express our opinions and do say why do we think the other person is wrong in his view. That's very useful.
Now, Kutso, of course ,,right,, and ,,wrong,, are subjective. The concept of right, wrong is thought by humans and it's useful, very effective in communication, very useful for expressing yourself. It's fact that you have set of beliefs that you consider - Right. It's a fact that when you see an idea that doesn't correspond somehow to your set of beliefs, you try to fit it in(in your set of beliefs), if you can't , this thing is wrong (or eventually it can go to a category - undefined). Otherwise you wouldn't be able to filter information properly and this will cause issues in your brain, you won't be able to think correctly. This happens no matter if you realize it or not, if you say - there is no right no wrong, it still happens.
So denying it ,doesn't make it disappear. But yes, if we look from above, we can say that there is no right and wrong, there are only thoughts generated by a brain. You can even believe that everything is words and there is no right and wrong, but still you believe that this belief that - ,,there is no right and no wrong,, is Right, otherwise you would not say it, so you cannot escape this mechanism even if you want to.
I think it's vague to accuse somebody for having tendency to point out that people are wrong, when this forum is namely for this purpose(as well as expressing personal opinions and agreeing with others). I also think it's vague to put as an argument after that -there is no ,,right,, and ,,wrong,, because it's lacks solidity as I proved already. I also think that when I say, why your post is wrong according to me, I'm not playing superior almighty, this is how you take it because of your ,,ego,,. I'm just expressing opinion. I don't think it's right to think that when you point the mistakes of one, you are trying to make him/her inferior.
I like how G2B succeeded in being cool all the way throughout this discussion, always pointing out facts and trying to be as effective as possible and never showed in his posts that he's influenced by irritation or some aggression or some negative emotion. Can't say this for other users, irritation is clearly expressed at some places, including the Kutso's quote above and his post above mine, Andy also almost kept it cool but at some places irritation is shown as well. I'm not saying humans should be like robots, not to be irritated, but somehow G2B succeeded in that, it's also hard for me do it all the time, but I'm trying.
I speak about irritation so much because, no matter if you realize it or not,irritation influences the quality of the posts you write and the information you serve. When irritated , you are different, your mind is fogged a bit, your posts are different in a negative way. Irritation is a weakness showing helplessness , losing control over something.
Thank you for reading the long kind of obsolete post that doesn't contribute much for the big picture.