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Old 08-17-2013, 11:30 PM   #12
Zeke
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I think it's key to be consistent and -- if possible -- to keep disagreements from being emotion based.

I don't think it will surprise anyone to know that there is a Native (and other) contingent that doesn't necessarily care for me.

1. Too opinionated.
2. Arrogant.
3. Self-righteous.
4. Dismissive.

While each of these things has occurred on occasion (of which I am self aware) a strongly defined personal trait is the complete inability to accept excuses for behavior, including mine.

If holding someone accountable for their actions or lack thereof makes someone believe me a "fake friend," we were never friends to begin with.

It's just logical.
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