posted on Feb, 16 2012 @ 08:27 AM
At first I was annoyed with the plague of TLDR on forums, but I've grown to appreciate it.
If I spend my time and effort trying to educate, and am met by swarms of TLDR, it just tells me that the audience spouting this non-sense simply
doesn't grasp the necessary gray matter to understand what I'm saying. It's almost a blessing in that, they tell you they are blissfully ignorant,
and wish to remain so. Saves effort and energy on my part.
Those who the message was intended for, will still receive the message.
EDIT: It seems TLDR came in around the time of those #ing internet memes. You know, the group of people who think they are cool by forwarding along
someone else work as if they are the creative genius. The younger generation just seem to lack any sense of individuality and get along fine with the
sheep mentality. Same goes for the First! crowd, and all the other memers. (sorry this turned into a semi-rant unintentionally)
16-2-2012 by Daemonicon because: (no reason given)