Dislike, Unlike, Not Like… Sour Grapes

When I write something, I don’ really expect people to like it. If they like what I say, then maybe they might have thought of it by themselves anyway. In contrast, if they don’t like what I say, then they probably never would have thought of the idea by themselves.

The way I see it, the best way to spread an idea is to tell people who may very well hate the idea about it. Then, they may try to tear the idea apart.

Probably the best possible result is if the idea is not particularly liked by anyone, and yet is so strong that none of the people who are likely to hate the idea are able to disqualify it (as “valid”) in any way.

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