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Joined:Aug 2005
Message Posted: Jan 3, 2013 4:35:08 PM

There seems to be a new pattern emerging.

Read someone's post. If you disagree, don't post or respond on the forum, but attack on the white board. That way, you don't have look at responses that may upset you. Or come up with valid arguments. You can throw stones without any repercussions from the rest of the forum.

Have any of the rest of you seen this odd back door attack behaviour?

Just wondering.
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Message Posted: Jan 3, 2013 5:10:24 PM

As previously indicated, if you experience any problems with other users who contact or address you in an undesirable fashion, please feel free to use the Ignore Member feature in the forums, and through your Buddy Manager.

You can also delete and block users from your whiteboard, by hovering over the whiteboard post and selecting "delete" or "block" links that appear.

The next time you have an issue concerning another member, please contact us directly through the Website Feedback area or through the Report Abuse links.

This topic is now also closed for discussion.

[Edited by: Don at 1/3/2013 5:11:48 PM EST]
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Champion Author San Bernardino

Joined:Mar 2005
Message Posted: Jan 3, 2013 4:59:21 PM

I long for the day when we can once again have substantive debate and the good old days of TEF and Co.

Back then, people actually debated and didn't have to resort to name-calling and whiteboard attacks...
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All-Star Author Tucson

Joined:Nov 2012
Message Posted: Jan 3, 2013 4:52:32 PM

since your thread the other day i havent recieved a single msg from anotherone. But i finally figured out why i couldnt block him as well.
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Champion Author Virginia Beach

Joined:Aug 2005
Message Posted: Jan 3, 2013 4:45:12 PM

I do believe, Don, the mod has already addressed this problem to you.

Why are you keeping this going?

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