Sam Hartman (hartmans) wrote,
Sam Hartman

Ugh, I hate having a strong dissenting opinion when there is a majority with equally strong beliefs. It sucks to be alone. It sucks to be alone especially when you are in a position where you can force the issue. If I'm right, that's necessary and will hopefully end up producing a better final result. But if I'm wrong or I end up failing to convince people, I waste huge tracts of everyone's time. I don't enjoy this sort of pressure,although I guess it comes for free with much of what I do enjoy.
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