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Hmm... Depends on what the situation is. Martial law versus a normal democratic-libertarian society, for example.
Total privacy. That includes hiding who voted what option in this poll.
Too many variables for this generic of a question for me to vote in. For me it really depends on what you are talking about. As an American, I highly treasure my privacy. As an adult, I understand why parents *have* to invade their children's privacy to some extent. So there's just too many variables to provide a solid, reliable vote.
I'll say this: As much privacy as possible for any given circumstance.
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Jannah: One of the kindest, nicest, sweetest people one could hope to meet. Despite our differences she's remained a good friend to me, and for that I thank her. She doesn't judge and she looks at who you are as a person. I'm glad to have met her, she has definitely touched my heart. With us in very similar time-zones, we get the chance to chat a lot, and she keeps me company when the rest of the world sleeps. You insomniac, you xD
Sweet Plum: This girl has only ever been kind, respectful, and friendly to me. She's never hurt me, never made me feel down or blue, and has always tried her best to cheer me up when I'm in a dark place. Sweet Plum is just as her name suggests: Sweet. If she has described me as being like a brother to her, it is only because she's like a sister to me. Now that she is a part of my life, I don't know how I got along without her. Thank you for being there, Sweet Plum : )
BloodVendetta: A man after my own heart. Our personalities just mesh well, we are always on the same page in RPs, we love eachothers ideas, we get along about as perfect as two guys can. Even though we don't get to hang out much anymore (that damn thing called Real Life gets in the way), we both know a great deal about eachother, and I consider him a good friend. BV is just awesome--thanks man xD
MissCapnCrunch aka Tori xD She is the one who talked me into getting Skype in the first place; and she was the first person that I really got to know well. Tori is simultaneously one of the nicest and kindest people you could ever come across--and one of the scariest if you piss her off. Perhaps living proof that shit happens to good people--and undeserved at that; but Tori has always pulled through. She's certainly touched my life, and I'm glad to have met her. Thank you Tori, for your friendship and kindness.
A Tattooed Girl: I made the best decision of my life when I gave her a letter--telling her how much I love her. She is possibly one of the best, if not THE best girl on the planet--I don't regret for a second spilling my heart to her! I love her beyond words! Gabby, you have my heart in your hands xD
Carantathraiel: I have gotten to know Cara a little better over the last few weeks; she is a very supportive and kind person; the type that will listen when you need to talk--and is willing to offer up advice too. Another kind person with a big heart; thanks Cara, for listening : )
Others I really like but don't know very well: MythicalNica, FaithfulMuse, Harold Lovel
Total privacy in private areas. I don't *particularly* fly off the handle when I learn that my free emails (regularly scanned by Google, in exchange for the free service) are also being scanned by the feds. I *DO* get pretty pissed when I learn they're listening in on my phone calls, or hypothetically forcing private companies to share information against their will, or whatever. It's not a perfect metaphor, but sorta like if I tell my boss he can take as much candy off my desk as he wants, I don't *normally* get upset when my boss' boss snags a tootsie roll without asking first.
With that allowance in mind, once that curtain of privacy goes up, my feathers get *VERY* ruffled when it's crossed. There aren't a lot of viable excuses for crossing.
I don't value my privacy much. I'm honest enough that most things that might get leaked I wouldn't have any problem with others knowing. When my friends get nosey, I tell them more than they asked, even if it's none of their business. I only withhold information that I find may harm others' privacy.
Though I do like to have my own personal space where I can't be bothered by others.
You can't be friends with yourself
Like Brovo stated, it largely depends on the situation and the specifics at that for each individual person and the situation going on, the information etc.
As a rule of thumb though:
"If it being private doesn't harm anyone, let is be private. If it will harm someone (Legitimately, not harm as in "Oh I'm offended that someone holds a viewpoint or does a certain hobby I disapprove of"), then... go back to above.
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The question makes no sense to me personally. Would you mind clarifying what it is you mean?