And the way I used it was like so;
Would you support further funding for the school band?
Who would be the less biased of the two opinions?
1) The people who hand out near/around and with/are the people who play instruments or dive into music as a main part of their life.
2) General people in the cafeteria.
1 or 2?
That's easy, 2.
Why? Because they aren't initially 'total music people' there as it would seem that the other would have.
And when it comes to Alter's opinion, I would know, he's had bad experiences with this topic.
Is love real? This is the question being asked, and when asking Alter his opinion is biased based on the fact he had bad experiences with it. That's WHAT MAKES HIS OPINION.
That would make mine biased too, ME BEING IN LOVE.
But that is also countered by my experiences, I believed in love before I fell into it, so the fact is it's the same opinion as before.
So before you question how I use my words, please think a bit farther into what I'm trying to say.
I know it can be said that all opinions are biased, but the fact remains that there are some that are even more biased then others and you can't deny that. That is what is being inferred when I say;
Because those who have had bad experiences with it are more leaning towards anything negative related to it.Heh, maybe your opinion is biased, based on your personal experiences? Those who have lost love tend to try to push it away, or just crave more.
Mainly the question of it's existence in this discussion.
But that's how humans are, and that's what I have said.
Whew... Thank you for your time and the nice chat. ^^