Anyone want to discuss the validity of that statement in regards to conflict resolution? I have come to find it a rather selfish suggestion when two parties disagree. I feel it's an absurd stance to take when we are discussing public decency, or behavior. Like the guy on the bus listening to music through headphones so loud everyone around can hear it. Can we use "if you don't like it, don't listen?" At a restaurant you glance over and see a guy pick his nose and eat the reward. There's no laws against it. It can't be unseen. But you know...if you don't like it, don't look. You are mixing in a world of various values and beliefs. No one belief is true for everyone. Who gets to dictate what's right and wrong? If someone farts on an elevator, everyone is disgusted. But it's a natural process, and EVERYONE farts. It's healthy to pass gas. Why is it considered so wrong then? Can we say in defense, "if you don't like it, don't smell it?" When you are in public, amongst people of mixed values and beliefs, how can one apply playground rules? What happened to intelligence, logic, and for god sake simple consideration for others? Have we really become that selfish? Can't we apply that same rule some people hold so dear to things like abortion, or gay marriage? I mean seriously. If you don't like it, then just don't look! We don't need to create laws for or against. JUST DON'T LOOK! Pretty simple, no?