Discussion in 'Announcements and Feedback' started by Xelor, May 8, 2017.
Yah 4 is still a lot.
2 at most.
Okay. Now I know what your "bar" is in that regard. TY for sharing.
When you insult people they tend to say nay.
C'mon. You know as well as I that a straightforward (not loaded) question that doesn't "put words in responders' mouths" cannot be an insult. Compare the question I posed for this thread with the one found here or here.
As a suggestion, if you wanted to ask a straightforward question, you could eliminate the belittling adjectives and put a yes/no survey question at the top.
I could have, but as you so surely observed, the so-called-by-you "belittling adjectives" aren't found in the question I asked (nor are they even in the same paragraph, and I know I don't have to tell you the compositional relevance of that.). There're several reasons for that, among them being that one need not agree with, read about or care why I asked the question to affirmatively or negatively answer the question and have one's answer be indicative anything beyond one's direct answer.
It's worth noting that I also could have "loaded" the question itself and I didn't.
I just posted an article with a two sentence introduction in politics. I didn't do it to spite you, but rare as it is, I read something this a.m. in the paper that I wanted to just SHARE.
Ya know, SHARE.
People come here and post for all different reasons, I'm sure. Maybe some people do want to become writers or journalists. So what? Obviously those who are only posting a few sentences are not looking to become journalists or writers.
Yup and it sucked.
If you really want to do a great job, then only 2 links, one of them pro, the other con.
But whatever you do you always need to avoid the temptation to rant.
Separate names with a comma.