Saturday, March 15, 2014
Haters Gonna Hate
In these days with the past view of the Tea Party and how Republicans where fighting
for the welfare of the rich people that are not that bad off when you look at the cars
they drive, to their Tea Party they went to. I noticed it and said much about it way back.
"The Repubicans going to a Tea Party in their $30,000 SUV to gripe over taxes that are
like a GEO METRO!"
Then you had many like Granny not knowing if she would get her check or not because
of being held hostage by the GOP extremists with their stupid demands they wanted
before they passed the spending bill.
Really there is much to hate, but really you should not be that person.
Don't hate the person hate the stupidity that person has.
Or more of the actions that person does, because it effects many people.
Yes Haters Gonna Hate, but let them know because you know they don't know it!
You are stupid and the hater to them! They live in a box they don't know what
it is like out there! Or they are in their bubble of stupid they keep around them!
"We don't look at those Liberal sites." "Don't trust the Liberal media!" ( xenophobia )
Just get out of the box, don't hold your self back to make others happy.
I have seen and did much. I mostly have something in my past that I can relate to something
going on in the now and future. Like if you see the shit going to the fan, you will think
I seen this before, take cover! That is thinking for your self! Don't think of only now,
it puts you in front of a fan with shit going to it. They will hate you and call you a know it all,
but you should not be quiet to make them happy. Look where that thinking put us!
"Haters Gonna Hate is a catchphrase used to indicate a disregard for hostile remarks addressed towards the speaker. This expression has its roots in American hip hop, and spawned an image macro series featuring pictures of celebrities, animals and cartoon characters strutting or posing in a conceited manner."
~~~Researchers take on crucial question: Are haters gonna hate?
It is an age-old adage of Twitter, which apparently traces its roots back to a
3LW video from 2000: Haters gonna hate.
Now, scientists have taken it upon themselves to figure out whether this is true.
Do verified haters tend to hate everything else they stumble upon?
Yes, according to a new study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
People who tend to hate things they already know about are (surprise!) more
disposed to hate things they have not yet come in contact with.
To test out this theory, a team of psychologists asked study participants how they felt
about a number of mundane and unrelated subjects that included (but was not limited to)
architecture, health care, crossword puzzles, taxidermy and Japan.
They wanted to figure out if people tended to like or dislike things in general.
This was dubbed the individual's dispositional attitude or, more simply put,
checked for whether they were a hater who pretty much hates on everything that
comes across their path.
"If individuals differ in the general tendency to like versus dislike objects, an intriguing
possibility is that attitudes toward independent objects may actually be related,"
they write. "So someone’s attitude toward architecture may in fact tell us something
about their attitude toward health care because both attitudes would be biased by
a disposition to like or dislike stimuli."
The researchers did run one group through the hater test, as I like to think of it,
twice with a month in between trials, to ensure that it didn't just represent some people
having a bad day.
With the hater test verified and known haters identified, researchers asked their
participants to read about the "Monahan LPI-800 Compact 2/3-Cubic-Foot 700-Watt
Microwave Oven.” This not a real microwave but one dreamt up by researchers to
test how much people would hate it.
The haters, perhaps unsurprisingly, were much less enthused than those who had
more positive attitudes about camping, Japan and the like. This was also true in a question
about vaccines, where the likers were more likely to have a positive opinion about
getting vaccine shots then the haters.
"The present research demonstrated that some people tend to like things, whereas
others tend to dislike things," the researchers conclude, contending that
"A more thorough understanding of this tendency will lead to a more thorough
understanding of the psychology of attitudes."
Hate on, haters. It was what you were meant to do.
***Note "The likers were more likely to have a positive opinion about getting vaccine shots
then the haters." If there are no facts of being in a testbed of experimental Medicine like my town.
Overall let them know you have nothing but love!