[quote]Do you look for "friends" here? Do you actually think you know other posters?
No, both of those things are insane. I have friends in real life. I don't consider anyone a friend until I have met them at least once in person and gotten to know them fairly well. I'm not even sure how I would meet a DLer in real life, but I certainly wouldn't consider someone a "friend" because I've read something they posted on an anonymous, largely unmoderated gossip website, because, as I said, that would be insane.
[quote]Do you just try and stir shit and vent and be mean to strangers because you can here but you can't in real life?
No, I have no desire to be "mean to strangers". Besides, the behavior you describe is trolling. Weak, damaged people act out like that. If I feel anger in my personal life, I try to deal with it in healthy, proactive ways like conflict resolution, voicing my feelings in a measured, unemotional way, seeking conciliation or compromise, or avoiding the source of my anger, as well as practicing meditation, exercise, positive thoughts and, if need be, psychotherapy. Taking your anger out on other people, especially intentionally, is unhealthy and cruel.
[quote]Is a psychopahtic urge to correct grammar your thing and you know nobody in your life will tolerate such nit-picking?
I feel the need to point out that this sentence is poorly constructed, and the thought behind it is poorly expressed. It would be better broken into two sentences, with a key phrase inserted in the second sentence:
[quote]Is a psychopahtic urge to correct grammar your thing? If so, is it because you know nobody in your life will tolerate such nit-picking?
There, isn't that better? The way you rendered it, I needed to re-read it to catch the exact meaning.
I don't bother correcting spelling, though. That could be construed by some fragile souls as "psychopahtic".
[quote]Are you in freont of a computer for 8-12 hours a day and pop on and off because you have ADHD?
No. I do have a smart phone and a tablet, though, which are two devices you can peruse the Internet with that are portable and don't require sitting "in freont of a computer".
I also show no signs of ADHD.