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'''Obnoxiousness''' is a [[liberal]] trait where people are disrespectful towards others, often for no apparent reason. Obnoxiousness is common among [[atheists]], liberal politicians, [[labor unions]], [[Hollywood values|Hollywood activists]], [[Public school culture|school children]], and people in general. Liberals are usually significantly more obnoxious than conservatives. Because of their [[morals]], [[Christians]] are usually less obnoxious than non-Christians.
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'''Obnoxiousness''' is a [[liberal]] trait where people are disrespectful towards others, often for no apparent reason. Obnoxiousness is common among [[atheists]], liberal politicians, [[labor unions]], [[Hollywood values|Hollywood activists]], inadequately disciplined [[Public school culture|school children]], and people in general. Liberals are usually significantly more obnoxious than conservatives. Because of their [[morals]], [[Christians]] are usually less obnoxious than non-Christians.
  
 
==Signs of obnoxiousness==
 
==Signs of obnoxiousness==

Revision as of 19:24, 7 February 2011

Obnoxiousness is a liberal trait where people are disrespectful towards others, often for no apparent reason. Obnoxiousness is common among atheists, liberal politicians, labor unions, Hollywood activists, inadequately disciplined school children, and people in general. Liberals are usually significantly more obnoxious than conservatives. Because of their morals, Christians are usually less obnoxious than non-Christians.

Signs of obnoxiousness

  • Violating the Ten Commandments
  • Bullying
  • Being disrespectful
  • Being unprofessional
  • Slandering
  • Creating unnecessary drama
  • Creating riots and unjustified violence
  • Disrespecting women and girls
  • Disrespecting the elderly
  • Cussing
  • Engaging in lewd behavior
  • Blocking people on social networking sites for no apparent reason
  • Vandalizing a wiki
  • Propagating atheist theories or contesting Christianity
  • Committing crimes, except in cases where laws conflict with Christianity
  • Internet trolling
  • Arguing with deliberate intent to annoy
  • Whining
  • Committing network abuse