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CH Member Interviews: Yoshi
saurabhfzd  posted on Jul 26, 2010 2:53:12 AM - Report post

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u're right. the interviews have been a good read and its a very good concept which i personally encourage. u get to know members this way. ultimately this community is about gaming and sharing thoughts and ideas and making friends as well.
Yoshi  posted on Jul 26, 2010 3:45:52 AM - Report post

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Neo...nah, not really. I'd prefer to know the truth than have people hide their feelings about me; that shows weakness and cowardess. In fact, I'd personally commend anyone who's able to take up my challenge. My intentions are good, and you'll see why IF this challenge is taken up.

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.

Neo7  posted on Jul 26, 2010 9:31:55 AM - Report post

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Wanting the truth and automatically assuming everyone hates you are two different things. You're thinking the latter.
Latiosmaster47  posted on Jul 26, 2010 2:00:45 PM - Report post

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I don't see what the big deal is. People talk behind each other's backs all the time, that's just how life goes.

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.

Yoshi  posted on Jul 26, 2010 2:49:24 PM - Report post

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Okay, whatevs. Great knowing the place as it once was.

[Edited by Yoshi, 7/26/2010 2:50:23 PM]

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