Rhetoric Necrotic

We are tirelessly consumed by our opinions and how we must prove them to be right until all else is lost. In the end, we are only left tired and angry for never having proved them to be right.

Agreeing to disagree is just agreeing with yourself that you disagree with the other person because they are obviously wrong.
-Internet Arguing 101

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