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- May 28, 2017
I was thinking the former actually. The point wouldn't be to get people to fight, but to start conversations that would cause incompatible people to fight. If they're incompatible have the guides cleanly break that up. If they're compatible, well they're compatible.First off I had this horrible vision of a speed dating event where you're given flashcards with discussion topics such as "Should we build a wall?" "Does socialism really work?" "Why is the divorce rate so high" "Are women really bad drivers?" Then I just picture people screaming at each other.
Proposed solution: Some kind of dating retreat that lasts a week, with planned activities that force people to sort of show more of themselves, and then free time to approach each other like "omg you said you like collecting bugs, me too!"
I think that people would be better off if they got the deal-breaker topics out of the way from the get go. It's not about antagonizing people, but rather finding irreconcilable differences immediately.
Plus, while some character and emotional discipline are obviously needed, topics that people fight over can sometimes be a useful heuristic of evaluating things that actually matter.
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