Originally Posted by graviton
Hmmm seems like there are some bitter hurt people on these forums looking to teach us all a lesson for the pain they have suffered.
Character Assassination: a revered part of the Socratic method since 475 B.C.
On a more serious note, character and ideas are two different things. A woman who was married to a smoking, drinking, cheating, gambling abuser may indeed be bitter. Does that nullify her statement that cheating is wrong? And if she's also against gambling and you're not, doesn't it make more sense to discuss the idea of gambling rather than call her bitter?
has no bearing whatsoever on the ideas
of cheating and gambling.
ETA: just to be clear, my point is: let's stick to ideas.