Common sense, what is it?
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Level 34 : Artisan Pixel Puncher
Posted 02/12/14 10:54:19 pm
You don't really know what path to choose. Okay, let's say you choose the bad path. Now in this path, you don't make wise decisions. Instead, you make poor and unnecessary actions that lead to well, a lot of things.
So, now you're probably thinking, what happens if I choose the right path? You see, if you take the right path, you can be treated well. You can be treated better than the bad, and unwise path.
What can you do to choose the right path? Well, you can give nice, and kind feedback on such things like, skins, texture packs, mods, etc.
What can the PMC community do to choose the right path, and have good common sense? Well, it can start by getting rid of ALL, not some, ALL flame wars. It seems like everyone that has to post a bad comment creates a flame war.
You can also give feedback to those who need it. Let's say that Fanjawi needs some feedback on his skins. You could comment something like, "Well, first you should make the highlight of the skin more of a whitish orangish color, and make the hands look like fingers. Otherwise then, nice skin!"
If you really want to be a person that choose the wrong path, here is how to go. You can, and most likely will, post on a piece of content that a member has posted and create a really nasty and rude comment. Now, if it's just a joke, and like member knows so, then that's okay. If you do something like
"this is really bad, I've seen worse than this." Well, something like that. Maybe something really nasty that'll upset the member, and make them unleash their rage on the comment, thus creating a flame war.
So, have you learned enough of common sense? Nope. I'm going to continue the blog. You see, I've made a blog in the past that talked really about reputation, but the blog it's self was talking about common sense. Now, having common sense is like being really smart in the class you suck at. It means that you're brighter than most people that do stupid things like robbing a bank or killing.
It means that you've got super intelligence and you can think before your actions. Now, a friend of mine, MGB_ allowed me to use his words. Let me show them to you:
(these are the exact words by the way)
Common sense is kind of a hard subject.
What one person would call common sense, another would call stupidity.
To me, common sense is (as it is defined): "good sense and sound judgment in practical matters."
It can change from person to person, but it's the same thing at the core.
If that makes sense."
You see, common sense can change from person to person. As I defined it (in the beginning) good sense and sound judgement in practical matters.
That's all that common sense it. Just good judgement from other people. Like he said, "another would call stupidity." What that means (I hope) is that one may want to start a flame war, and the other one wouldn't.
My other friend, Cocoabunny13 said
"Well, common sense to me isn't about education- it's just common sense. No one 'learns' it from a school or a teacher, it's just something people should know. They might learn it from others, but in a society like ours common sense is a necessary 'ability' to have. Though in this time and age common sense has become less common, in my opinion I would say the media is just making it slowly disappear, sadly. A hobo off the streets can have more common sense than a businessman."
I mean, it's true on what she said. I'm sure that a homeless person has way more common sense than a business person does. Probably because he has knowledge. Like what MGB_ said, "another would call stupidity."
I really hope this blog taught you some stuff. When having to choose between making a good comment or a bad comment, choose a good one. Also, when needed to give judgement, do so, nicely.
TL;DR, You will hurt peoples feelings by shoving a potato in their face
|Tags:||Common, Sense, Blog, Imagine, Stupidity, Judgement, Article|
|Credit:||MGB_ and Cocoabunny13 for their opinions on what common sense is|
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