First of all….let’s just break this up into the parts of which they belong.
you started your rant about him crying on camera and being immature. He wasn’t crying physically. But I got what meant. Then you take the story over to one physically crying about missing a train or missing a job and somehow think it’s the same or maybe because you felt the pressure of argumentation like a noose around your neck. I don’t know. You are seriously missing the point of what I’m saying about the essence of this issue. The issue of a problem caused by third party of which one cannot place the blame on oneself. Being late to a train is probably your own fault, which is different. Within this you might even consider facts like other people and other things and how they might happen to prevent you from reaching the train at a certain time. Oh yes….you could have foreseen this every day and spent 3 hours going to the train instead of 30 minutes like normal. That way you are sure, that it’s not your fault, if you miss the train. There is always a case of self responsibility….until there isn’t anymore. A terror act for instance. That might stop you completely in reaching the train. But you somehow have to put the blame one yourself? No. Of course not. It’s out of your hands. Like here. Filling out paperwork for customs was not his job to do. It was the third party’s job. So here he’s put out of the equation as well.
Of course one can state that crying physically over a missed train, would be weird. But that wasn’t really the point. The point was non-physical crying at the beginning and you telling me and others how immature that is. But you brought the topic to physical crying as well like it’s the same. Does the immaturity lie within one crying at the train platform or within the person next to him who might not know the details of the circumstances and find the person immature? And also regarding speaking up about a problem. You call it crying though.
But I see. You are grading in alpha and beta male instincts. How would you know the circumstances of which someone cries is justifiable in terms of being alpha male? But I guess you feel that presenting yourself as being alpha male is the only right way of going about life. That makes me ask you again about documenting your claim about, why this is the correct way of acting. Until now it’s just proclamations with no substance of what you feel is right. You feel. Hey….you’re beta male for that.
Does the headline really matter? Isn’t it the context that matters? The headline only matters if people are not watching other than the headline. I will not go into reasons why he might have been able to call a video this or that. There might be several reason as you mention, but what has that to do with the main issue in the video, which actually IS presented in the headline.
No, taxes aren’t fixed forever. True. But it’s non-adjustable where it is right here and now. I’m not talking about how tax laws are 10 years from now. Laws change over time like a lot of stuff that isn’t stagnant. But right here and now they are fixed. So are laws about anything else….until they aren’t anymore and then and only then can you talk about it being changed. Up until that point rules are rules and is not affected by you or me.
To summarize everything:
- Laws are fixed.
- The third party needs to fill out the paperwork correctly to fit these laws.
- Costumer is without blame
- I need a glass of rum
- Have a nice weekend and sorry if I came across arrogant ?