posted on Jan, 23 2013 @ 02:31 PM
Originally posted by jiggerj
reply to post by syram
Don't ever be afraid to create threads that ask questions. Lately there has been a rash of newbies creating threads claiming to know something, but
their words clearly show that they are young and arrogant, know nothing of what they're writing about, and know even less on how to conduct an
I certainly don't want to be the one that knows nothing of what he/she is writing about here on ATS. But the problem is this: I work a full day every
day, and once home, there are always chores to be done in preparation for the next working day. So the net effect is very little time for the
improvement of knowledge. I am almost at the point where I believe that working for a living makes you dumb.
Well, I guess looking at it this way, it does make sense to just create threads that ask questions, as you suggested. Or maybe I must rather just post
on other people's threads, whenever I have something to add, now that I have an ATS account.
Or I must just go back to what I did before, and that is just reading the information here on ATS. Thinking about all of this now, makes me want to
re-evaluate my plan here on ATS. Maybe just reading wasn't so bad after all.
jiggerj, you really made me think.
edit on 23-1-2013 by syram because: (no reason given)