> You probably should have said this in your OP so
> that we wouldn't expect you to actively
> participate in your own thread.
This is now my 26th post in this thread. What questions have been unanswered that you would like me to specifically address? I think I've been active here, but from the perspective of a few I can't win. No matter what is presented, or what details I provide of my personal life.
> It is not surprising your opinion changed since
> you were 16, most don't hold the same opinions as
> they mature. I could almost guarantee your
> opinions will change again in the next 20 yrs. You
> may think you've reached the pinnacle of your
> journey, but if you will look back on that 16 yr
> old, you will understand how young your opinions
> are in my eyes.
16-23 or so, yes. I never claimed to be at the pinnacle of my journey. I wouldn't still be in school if that's what I thought of myself. I'm simply saying that I started this journey more aligned to your position than my current one. Some of you don't like that because it doesn't fit the idea of people with an orthodox opinion being close-minded. As I said, I would happily change my opinion again if the evidence warranted.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11-Feb-16 03:25 by Pete Vanderzwet.