Anyone who displays a false sense of power online, is part of the problem. Anyone who uses this platform or other platforms as their sole coping mechanism for anger, is part of the problem. A good majority of you do not have any armor IRL.

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    What this problem these people are a part of?

    Personally I'm quite glad devs use this platform as their outlet. It makes for some interesting reads. Much better than those who repost the same crappy memes again and again.
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    @AlmondSauce No yeah I love rants and all just when people start ridiculous online arguments. Like spouting their rage into others that don't really deserve it.
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    @phat-lasagna I agree. I've been on the receiving end of such projections despite avoiding these kinds of arguments. The funny thing is I doubt any of these people really have the power to say such things in person. It's sad that they choose to use a online strangers as punching bags instead of finding a therapist and getting better.
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    @rutee07 yeah exactly. I know it will always be there, but I just hate how there's almost a social incentive to straight up insult other people online on devrant - instead of essentially subtweeting like the rest of us.
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    I completely agree.

    If your sole coping mechanism, or worse, your entire identity is based on having an account on X with Y followers and Z likes... you're an incomplete and lost human being with no achievements and the only reason you say the things you say is because you're selfish, egoistic and looking for attention using others problem as a springboard to shine

    I blame the education system, even to this day there's no proper education on how to use the internet responsibly, so we get bunch of internet warriors with no actual experience in anything, but being loud as hell
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