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May 27, 2015
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Just thought it would be a good idea to remind people of the emojis we can apply to our posts.
Apart from certain persons being 'banned' there are those that seem to get quite heated at the smallest of remarks/posts!
I answered a post on another forum and ended up being belittled and bullied!
The trouble with posting on a forum, or even texting, only the words are seen, you don't get the inflection of the voice nor the body language then before you know where you are you end up with upset feelings all round!
Time for a Smilie I think.
:cheers: :hi5:
 
Jul 5, 2013
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I agree with your sentiments. But some people do seem to be on a hair trigger even when you use the emojis. They seem to take it as an affront if you disagree with their point of view no matter what you do. Exhibited a lot in the recent saga about parking in laybys. Now that was a thread that considerably overrun its useful length.

I suppose all we can do is report it to @Jim and stop looking at the thread. Not worth replying in kind that's for sure. .
 
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