It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. A friend of a friend, who is a former friend...is dropping friends online who are friends with me. The friend of a friend, who is a former friend... is a bit psycho. The friend of a friend's reason is because "hockeydino" degrades women and is openly sexist.
For the record, I am not sexist. I just don't talk sports with chicks. I only degrade psycho women, or people like him, who is a former friend. I only do that, because they don't know, care, or understand what I'm doing so it really doesn't matter. PSYCHO. Psycho I say!
Which leads me to the question. Do you drop friends online or in real life based on who they are friends with? They say you can judge a man or psycho by the company they keep. If so, then there may be some truth to it. Then again if you dropped everyone that was friend with someone you didn't like or approve it, then there could be a chance of having zero online friends, ya know.
In my case, the psycho is wrong...but that's his perception. Can't fault him for being blind...he sees what he sees. That's fine. But do you go out of your way to explain the truth or just let it go? Is it worth the time to care what they think? I can't say I really truly care what he thinks. Although to have people casting lies isn't good. Heck, with the operator game I could become quite the clown over time. So could you!
So what do you do? I've had people tell me I am aloof, when the truth was I was apathetic. I didn't bother to change their perception, as it didn't matter. To say you shouldn't care what others think of you is noble, but I don't think it can go entirely by the way side. It could get out of hand. There are psycho's everywhere!