Ask me anything
I prefer a dissenting position presented in a polite manner, to a dissenting position presented in rage.
This preference is true despite the fact that the correctness of a position is not dependent on how much rage you present it in.
Like it or not, the more confronting your voice, the more likely it will be confronted with confrontation.
And sometimes, just sometimes, silly confrontations are a waste of time.
Conflict is inevitable, yes I know. Sometimes its even beneficial. Like when you seek iterations for a stable yet unbeneficial system, to force it to change. (One should wonder unbeneficial to whom, though…)