View Full Version : perception and opinions

05-24-2005, 06:07 PM
Sheesh people. Why must you get so defensive and call others "ignorant" just because they didn't thoroughly enjoy the novel? Everyone perceives things in their own way and no one's opinion is more justified or more "right" than anyone else's. Of course debates are entertaining, educational, and enlightening, but let's lighten up a little here. So someone found the book to be totally boring. That doesn't mean they should be written off as a complete jacka$$. I personally really liked the book. but I'm not going to put negative energy into a post to hound someone for thinking otherwise. Deep breaths.