Sometimes I feel like I should probably get paid by someone for the amount of correction comments I must place on or against youtube comment negativity. I might as well be some celebrities’ fact keeper and image helper haha. It’s interesting to see the results of correcting others, but also it bugs the hell outta me to see so much criticism and negative thinking and projection placed against someone. I understand disliking someone, but the lengths some people go to to eliminate interest in them or make them infamous is just sickening. OR it is simply annoying because some people have no intellectual ground behind their words and insults. These just bug me and should go away really. They have no truly offensive meaning, unless we credit them as having such a meaning, and they have no logical reasoning for the criticism. Additionally, they have too much inappropriate junk within them on a regular basis.
If you criticize, do it intelligently and wisely. Do not bother uttering a critical response unless you have prepared the words properly. Constructive criticism is useful and helpful, if sometimes painful to hear, but offensive name-calling and insulting blurbs is silly, or ridiculous and upsetting. It gets nobody anywhere.
Also, if you respond to someone (like myself) who tends to correct critics or adjust a statement of negativity to be more objective, neutral or accurate, do not lower the level of intelligence of the conversation/debate/argument/agreement more than a “letter grade” please.
Here are my letter grades for a debate:
A- A complete, detailed, and occasionally eloquent response that qualifies as potentially professional and able to be mass-produced and seen by all. It needs to contain facts more than opinions, appropriate and clear wordings, educated terminology and truth- usually truth without bias or subjective reasoning. This can be excepted in the case of a hilarious and fulfilling comment that applies completely to the topic at hand.
B- A response that contains clear and concise details with educated terminology and appropriate wordings. It can be based off of opinions and/or facts, as well as could be considered relative to a magazine style of writing, but without bias. Any biased remarks within are usually that of specific and helpful opinions, not unnecessary criticism of any kind. Criticism within is based upon research and facts, not simply opinions. The bias and such an be waived if for humor that truly applies. (This is usually where my comments stand)
C- A response that contains understandable and clear information. The terminology needn’t be ideal, but should be easily understood by all, and any who read should be un-offended. (This is the most common type of comment that contains nice words or constructive criticism)
D- A response that lacks some intellectual reasoning or basic knowledge, but isn’t completely offensive or wrong. Sometimes, these can be humorous, though unhelpful. They aren’t completely unnecessary, but aren’t fulfilling in any real way.
F- A response that uses too much confusing terminology, not in an educated way but in the way of slang, etc. It generally contains too much profanity or uneducated wordings and doesn’t really say anything important, let alone helpful. It might as well not have been posted.
F’d UP- This is the worst type of comment or whatever else. It contains useless profanity and vulgarity and can be very insulting and should be ignored and really should never have been posted. (I will tear these comments apart and you will hate me if you tend to make these kinda of comments.)
If you reply to me seriously, I expect you will match or surpass my “letter grade” in the comment/statement world. At very least, don’t drop below a D please. I will not talk to you if you do.
Happy Posting! (Don’t forget I said HAPPY!!!! NOT OFFENSIVE!)