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You addressed me as if I am a millennial, which was a mistake you could have avoided if you read my comments. My pro-tip stands, I really don’t care what your age is: ~reading~ a comment before responding to it is simply a smart thing to do. Always.

I don’t honestly think you understand what the issue is here. It’s not about “is a person allowed to state an opinion?” because yes, of course they are. It’s about the right of others to say, “well that’s a terrible opinion!” Which I did. Which D Mitchell took exception to, which too bad. Open discussion means that opinions can be criticized and questioned.

Finally, since you missed the point entirely: I continue to maintain that negatively judging people for asking for help is unkind and lacks compassion …or, in D Mitchell’s words, makes her a shitty person.

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