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- Mar 17, 2006
Sorry for disagree, but i never used the ignore function from the forum.
First, cause also if there are users that i don't like, sometimes i can always learn something from some of their posts, and second, cause if there's an user that i don't like, i don't need a forum function for ignore him, i just do it myself.
I mean, it's internet, after all ..... one can troll me and call me names, if he want, but is really difficult that i get offenses from this (i always considered the stupid figure that i can do, getting offended and starting to act violently and call peoples by names and threating them ONLINE, and this always made me avoid this ..... and also, say to someone to try to punch my nose through their DSL connection, if they can )
And, also in case i get offended from something extremely stupid or gross, is easy enough, after a trial for understand what happens, to just ignore and don't reply .....
Last but not least, i can feel "offended" (relatively speaking ) from someone from a good-faith mistake that he can have made, and if i ignore him, how can i know the following actions and understand if that was a mistake or an intentional trial to offend ?
But, maybe, is just cause i'm used from old times, when all these "mood helpers" functions was not available, and we had to manage our mood ourselves
:beer: Same here, but it's a good feature to keep things civil at times, although I think curiosity overwhelms the desire to use it....for most people.....such as myselfSorry for disagree, but i never used the ignore function from the forum.First, cause also if there are users that i don't like, sometimes i can always learn something from some of their posts, and second, cause if there's an user that i don't like, i don't need a forum function for ignore him, i just do it myself
Fishing is a great way to calm down, that and quad riding!I ran through the forum with a machete this evening :wtf:
Remember, having a disagreement with a member or two is NOT a failure of the community.
Place the member on your ignore list. Step back. Go fishing.