Don't get me wrong, I am totally opposite of his beliefs.
I hate the current trend of misuse/overuse of the bullying word, but just to make a point, it seems like a bullying tactic to get someone with different values to change their beliefs. What does the CEO of a web browser have to do with personal values?
1) Don't get me wrong, I am totally opposite of his beliefs.
2) I hate the current trend of misuse/overuse of the bullying word,
3) but just to make a point, it seems like a bullying tactic to get someone with different values to change their beliefs.
4) What does the CEO of a web browser have to do with personal values?
1) I'm opposed to it too.
2) The word is neither overused nor misused. What it “is” is FINALLY being recognized for what it is: “Bullying” isn’t confined to schoolyards, nor is the Bully confined to being some overwhelmingly tough guy capable of wrestling you to the ground and taking your icecream money, or simply “making you cry ‘UNCLE’
3) “Bullying” is all too often used by adults as an intimidation tactic, in the workplace or even on the WWWeb utilized in such a way as to force others to go along with whatever agenda they espouse or risk being ostracized by people who who’d otherwise be considered their peers.
4) Perfect Case In Point.
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