▼Always Look at Your Comments, Then Back at Mine▼
Without a strong 'body of knowledge' the more time we spend looking at things on screens, the less smarter we become.
Finding information on computers is important only if you have a 'body of knowledge' that enables you to judge
what is true and what is not. Rampant ignorance and a positive contempt for evidence exists.
SUSAN JACOBY | HENRY DAVID THOREAU
Always look at your post.
Then back at mine.
Now back at your comments.
Now...back to mine.
Sadly, it isn't mine.
But if you stopped trolling and actually started posting legitimate well thought out comments, it could look like mine.
Where are you?
Confused and frustrated, you're scrolling through my comments, plagiarizing the comments (you wish) your comment could look like.
What did you post?
'Back at mine.
It's a reply saying something you want to hear.
Look again at the reply I gave last.
‘See diamonds now?
Anything is possible when you THiNK! before you post, IDIOTA.