posted on Sep, 1 2012 @ 08:38 PM
reply to post by jjf3rd77
Just my personal observation, but I think your OP is disingenuous at best. You already had your own definition, and you have no genuine interest in
anyone elses opinion of what it means to "be awake", except to the extent that you can take pride in knowing they are fools, and you are wise. Please
correct me if I am being presumptuous, and/or misreading your intent. If you do have an interest in different perspectives, then by all means, read my
signature thread. It's only my thoughts on the subject, and I don't claim to have a corner on the market.
Denying ignorance and "being awake" kind of go hand in hand. But that's just my opinion.
There are a group of members here that take great pride in their "reasonable" and "sensible" approach to conspiracy theories. They use the title
skeptic as if it is some type of badge that puts them among the elites or academia of ATS. In truth, they are close minded fools with narrow blinders
on who stopped searching and learning a long time ago. If they ever began an honest search in earnest to begin with. The only searching and learning
they have an interest in, is a narrow spectrum of perspective that keeps them from having to look outside the cell of reality they have created in
their mind. To open the door of that cell is verboten.
However, I value these members highly, because I can count on their consistent predictability. I always know where to find out what I am supposed to
think by reading their posts. That counts for something, and I have an appreciation for them. I learn from them. I get a perspective different from my
own. And that's good, because I don't know everything, so I need that facet of what ATS offers. Diversity of opinion.
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