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09-06-2014 01:25 PM
Gwenhwyfair Lol!

There you go Blanketback. Consensus, you are not abrasive.

Have a good day...and you too Jax, if you can read this.
09-06-2014 12:57 PM
Jax08
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Originally Posted by Blanketback View Post
I think it's weird that more people don't use the "ignore" function.
It's a beautiful feature.

It's also one I don't use unless someone is VERY annoying because you miss out on good posts that way also.

It's really just better to be adult about it, read over it and go on with your life. Because after all....this IS only the internet. So just don't play into a person who wants to constantly argue and misconstrue your words.

And I don't find you abrasive. lol
09-06-2014 12:15 PM
Gwenhwyfair No one is perfect....but...

If someone finds you consistently abrasive they have paper thin skin!



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Yeah, I've made some awesome friends too

But there's something bothersome about thinking that my abrasive personality is annoying someone else, when they probably should just be ignoring me - like they would IRL, lol.
09-06-2014 11:59 AM
Blanketback Yeah, I've made some awesome friends too

But there's something bothersome about thinking that my abrasive personality is annoying someone else, when they probably should just be ignoring me - like they would IRL, lol.
09-06-2014 11:53 AM
Gwenhwyfair


And one more thing, before ignore at least try to forgive and forget first...

We all love our dogs and feel passionate about them but with the exception of a few issues, most of the things discussed here don't really rise to the level of importance or moral authority that is sometimes imputed.

I've made some nice friends here. .

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Originally Posted by Blanketback View Post
I think it's weird that more people don't use the "ignore" function. If someone is a pain IRL, you'd avoid them - so why not avoid who you don't like on the board as well? I don't get it, although I do understand that different personality types might not be able to tolerate constant arguing or whining or whatever. But why read what you don't like, when you don't have to - and then complain about it later, lol? That's what kills me, when people complain about something that's not being forced upon them: why??? It's not like we're getting paid to read the stuff, lol.
09-06-2014 11:33 AM
Blanketback I think it's weird that more people don't use the "ignore" function. If someone is a pain IRL, you'd avoid them - so why not avoid who you don't like on the board as well? I don't get it, although I do understand that different personality types might not be able to tolerate constant arguing or whining or whatever. But why read what you don't like, when you don't have to - and then complain about it later, lol? That's what kills me, when people complain about something that's not being forced upon them: why??? It's not like we're getting paid to read the stuff, lol.
09-06-2014 11:21 AM
Jax08
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Originally Posted by ILGHAUS View Post
Some of my best dog loving friends in real life I met through here along with people that I am very friendly with and hope to meet in person some day. Some of those no longer post here but we keep in touch via other sites, phone calls and visits. Friendships started over a love of dogs and along the way we found other topics of interest in common.
I agree, TJ. I've met some great people thru this board and many more that I've been close to on here and Facebook.

The only think I truly dislike about this board is everyone's need to nitpick and argue over every little thing. I have my days I'm guilty of it but there are people who make this a regular occurrence. It's draining.
09-06-2014 11:18 AM
ILGHAUS Some of my best dog loving friends in real life I met through here along with people that I am very friendly with and hope to meet in person some day. Some of those no longer post here but we keep in touch via other sites, phone calls and visits. Friendships started over a love of dogs and along the way we found other topics of interest in common.
09-05-2014 11:38 AM
middleofnowhere
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Originally Posted by middleofnowhere View Post
Like: Good advise, good posts, good people -- all of which abound.

Dislike: Personal bickering that takes threads off topic; over sensitive replies "Why on earth did you say that to me?" rather than reflecting that the response is to the thread in general. I'd like to see people take personal things to PM.

Oh yeah, the sometimes uneven censorship aka moderating --- it didn't show up in the quote but of course the post on what I didn't care for got censored.... Let's put that down as a dislike.
09-04-2014 11:14 PM
selzer
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Originally Posted by huntergreen View Post
identify with the grey sheep? i often identify with the black sheep.
Well, my family is still pretty tight and there were six of us kids. None of us was the black sheep. We were all just different shades of grey.
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