Beginning a response with "I agree" or "Good point" reads pleasantly, without the nails-on-chalkboard effect of the internet-nerd-herd-mind irritating-and-head-scratching-to-regular-people nerd-convention of "This".
Stupid nerds. They seem to like to demonstrate how "non-conforming" they are, but reading sites like this, or worse, reddit, shows how readily they imitate one big nerd group.
... I'm the kind of person who likes doing things
differently, just to irk people like you. I don't see
much value in blind adherence to tradition for
tradition's sake. I like killing sacred cows, stirring
... I'm a radically individualistic anarcho-capitalist /
libertarian / atheist type, so I'm just a touch outside
of what you might call mainstream...
The internet wasn't so meme-infested ten years ago (except for silly videos), even five years ago. I really think Reddit is to blame.