What's the difference really? Or. How do you expect us to act?
What is your definition of being a sheep?
And. . . .
What is your definition of NOT being a sheep?
In the short time that I have been a part of ATS I've noticed a lot of people rant about what a bunch of hypocrites we are but I really can't see how
they expect people to act any different from the 'norm'?
Is there a society, community or some blueprint which will give us an idea of what an enlightened/open community acts like so in order for us to
follow that example?
Think there is big difference between what people are referring to as being sheep and non-sheep or just not enough understanding of the term.
Sure people act like humans cause that's basically what they are. They have enemies, friends, idols, and so on. . .
So basically, and this is just the idea I'm getting, you expect us not to be human?
So why not give us an example?
I think you're, the ones who proclaim that all of ATS is under some spell of society, the REAL hypocrites.
Consider this, most of the folks here on ATS enjoy and learn about subjects which could be considered taboo. From the supernatural to the
extraterrestrials, to fantastical predictions of the coming apocalypse. . . I think in that alone makes most here abnormal in some sense. . . As in
not falling under the norm of what is socially trending/acceptable.
Sure people argue and differ in opinions but that is what makes a community evolve. That's how things grow.
I think ATS is probably the best example you'll get of an enlightened and open community.
But let me know if you find a better one
edit on 25-10-2012 by DariusHames because: (no reason given)