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 canít solve a problem without first understanding what the problem is.