Debates seem to get that way but there appears to be a problem when discussions are being tackled by a bunch of know it all's. Unwilling to place all the facts on the table in order to assemble the puzzle of information together. Instead, what we get these days is game of who can turn up the volume of their voices more then the other. Overlooking the opportunity of retaining knowledge from an exchange and instead engaging in a competition of facts. Never knowing it was just done for the sake of who's argument is better rather then learning from one another.
Leading to the 3rd party challenging all opinions on the table by revealing why they could actually provide legitimate facts.
A revelation that at best made the 3rd party most qualified to speak about these matters. But instead of receiving any sort of respect in that regard. The 3rd party was received with A vulgar reaction from the eldest as if they still knew better then everyone else. This moment was surely an eye opener seeing how one would expect someone of that age range to have more sense. Especially, when elders expect a tip of the hat from the generation before them. But even from that side, it was still all about - this is what I have to say and that's that.
Written by Antonio Westley
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