To answer the original question posted, I'd like to say that yes, I often do feel remorse for my actions, though I try not to think about the implications too much, because it depresses me. Nothing like, "If I hadn't been mean to him, he'd be Bill Gates right now" you see, because being a human being (homo sapiens if you're a picky scientist) consists of constantly making mistakes and hurting other people. Most people's reaction to negative actions or words to them is to disregard the speaker/doer completely, or build up an immotional tolerance. By the time that they're old enough to understand this concept, they've already built up a resistance to unfounded negative action, and begging forgiveness of somebody for what you've done is more likely to get you a lot of raised eyebrows than sympathetic nods or pats on the back or anything.
Originally posted by Juno
Heck ya Hollow, I'm with you on that, well as for as the "I don't forgive or foget" bit gose.But I do think about the people I hurt like when some cokey punk thinks he's all that and I bring him back down to earth and in to depretion for whatever reson he gave me to do so I look back at that later and say I wounder how sad he realy was, hmph...punk.So ya I think about it.
Riiight... you've been here how long? Do you even know who Kei is or what he/she's done? I'll admit that I joined at almost the exact same time he(/she) was getting booted, but being intolerant of somebody just because of previous actions (especially ones you didn't actually witness
) is just a little bit mean, doncha think?
p.s.Oh and Gabriel, you boer me to deth.
"O yea, u boer mee too deth two." Please make a better effort to check your spelling before making a derogatory post, or at least put a spelling note (sp?) next to words of which you are unsure.
As to past problems with you, Gabriel/Kei/Whoever you are, that's between you and Dr. Cossack. If I were him, I'd give you a short trial period, watch you to make sure you've reformed, and if you took one step out of line, hit you like a ton of bricks. Then again, there are 2 problems with this:
1) I'm pretty lenient when it comes to wrongdoers, as to where DC is a bit tougher than myself.
2) I am, quite obviously, not Dr. Cossack
That being said, good luck with sticking around and philosophising, and all that jazz.