I've heard the complaint numerous times, "Do you always have to be right?" After considerable observation and thought, I realized that I don't tend to voice opinions unless I'm pretty sure about them. And I don't get a lot of blowback that needs responding to. I certainly think a lot of crap that is wrong.
One problem with blurting out too many flawed opinions is that other people feel a need to challenge them, which can result in a whole lotta lengthy bloviations back and forth.
I'm only suggesting, mind you, that a person should check their own shorts before trying to pull down someone else's panties, if you don't want a game of grabass...
A real interesting strategy to try now and then is to ask questions instead of habitually making weak claims. Don't you agree?
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the old model obsolete.”
– R. Buckminster Fuller