Q: You should buy free range.
A: I get that they are healthier, but if I were to micromanage my life to that extent, I would not have any enjoyment. It's worth it to me to die earlier in order to not have to think about everything I put in my mouth.
Q: You should buy free range. I think people who don't buy free range are such idiots. You are wrong not to buy them. You should think about your health more.
Money on street:
Q: I found money on the street.
A: What did you do with it?
Q: I kept it.
A: You should have given it to whoever dropped it.
Q: I don't know who dropped it, and I knew anyone I asked would say yes so I kept it.
A: You should have returned that money. People who keep money they find are such idiots. You were wrong to keep it. You should think about other people's feelings more.
Still waiting to hear of a perfectly ethical reason why it's okay to coerce people to abandon their values for yours.
If a good reason is not presented, at some point I will decide that people have EMOTIONS and they don't have good cognitive wiring to allow them to analyze and resolve them INSIDE themselves, so they have to RELEASE them or else they horrible inside, so they say what they feel no matter how controlling or manipulative it is, regardless of what their ethics are.