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Pragmatist. I’m not, per se, impatient with open-ended discussions – and my pragmatic goals are about mastering skills and organizing resources to express something inside, which arguably is not pragmatic at all. =D But the way I go about enacting my visions is very pragmatic. Even the way I evaluate my political stances is pragmatic. I think about how useful it is for certain ways of life to be promoted rather than merely toiling over ideology.  Basically, ideology is fun for theoretical debate, but useless if the application is weak and the reality of enacting policy on its behalf does not match its stated ideals. I also find it pointless to find reasons to ‘be offended’ in the name of promoting tolerance.  If you’re so damn tolerant, why not try to understand what the other person meant by it, in good faith, instead of getting all huffy and making it about you?  See, I really have minimal patience for misfiring ideals.

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