It'd be easier to argue for my comment being absurd (hyperbolic label btw), and whatever else you choose to label it as if you didn't legitimize my comment by telling me it was pretty much the exact way you felt. You made it hard on yourself off jump. You probably didn't plan for a mini-debate though (neither did I).
What I said was also not hyperbole. I didn't say it was the "only reason" people hated him, I said, quote: "most of which seem to have the same reasons for hating him". It was an observation, and not at all exaggerated to the point of hyperbole since I didn't say "everyone thought the same way".
In my observation, it's been the most common denominator for why most people I've seen on here who hate Ryback. The other common denominator being that they're Punk fans (and in many cases it's both at once). I've yet to see a single person hate him and one of those two things not be a predominating factor in the opinion being what it is. Absolutely not hyperbole, or absurd. It's perfectly viewable throughout the forum. I've viewed a lot of Ryback threads (as I'm a fan) throughout his push, and have had plenty of time to observe that behavior and the reasoning behind it.
All you're doing is mislabeling my comments, not providing any arguments against them. If that's all you're going to do, this discussion has no point in continuing. It's a waste of both our times. I've got better shit to do as I'm sure you do as well. Video game time for me. Just got Smackdown: Bring the Pain, and Smackdown vs Raw 2006 for $5 total.
Originally Posted by The Cynical Miracle
Don't listen to him
Plug your ears guys, there's a danger of finding out that not everyone on the planet thinks the same way as you if you read certain people's posts. The horror.