Von, I have nobody to dislike. I've never disliked anyone. I do dislike weakness, and I'd strongly prefer people to share their feelings with me rather than have people huddle together in a corner. Wouldn't you much rather know who dislikes you and why? I mean, as you said, we should try to affiliate with good things. If you don't get ill-feelings behind you though, then hatred continues and you don't even know who is causing it. I despise that knowledge, as I, myself, feel weak thinking about it. Furthermore, I've made plenty of friends, and I get along with all of them. Problem is, 95% of them are inactives; even then, it doesn't matter. Back in the day CHU wasn't like the way it is now. People were able to actually communicate and I felt more of a community presence. As I stated, but with different wording, I felt as though the majority of us were either family members or close friends. That is what I liked about CHU in the past, and that's what I miss. Since that feeling of community is no longer present, I have virtually no way of enjoying the present as I did in the past. Even though I still have several friends here, I don't feel like a community. I feel like there are several sub-communities within the community that tear it apart. It's pretty depressing to think about how much things have changed. But you can't revert to the past, so I guess it's fine with things the way they are.
I'm glad you like the interview though. I see it's gotten at least SOME attention now. I found it surprisingly enjoyable to answer the questions asked. And yes, it is an interesting concept, but I feel as though it's not an option at the moment.
If somebody doesn't like you it's not like they have an obligation to tell you up front how they feel. I mean, to be honest I can't stand some of my relatives, but that doesn't mean I'm going to go up to them and tell them they suck. I'd rather keep it civil.