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Mini Rant

It's a love/hate relationship. You 'need' them for helpful information, updates you wouldn't otherwise get,to verify rumors, to get in touch with people,etc.You hate to have them on your feed because people post crazy things, they attack people's beliefs,argue because you like it here, argue because you hate it here, argue because some people can make peace with something happening or not happening and others refuse to make that peace with said issues. Its a mad house. One to which I continue to return to,lol. Hey, it could be worse.It could be in person!!!!!

My specific rant today is one I may have already covered though I refuse to go back to check. And that would be stupid responses-from adults no less.And this may offend but if it does, you may be a guilty party and for that I cannot apologize. And Ill put it as bluntly as humanly possible-If someone asks for a referral (or general information) it is because they need it and hope to use this 'community' as a means to getting a good referral-or even where not to go-either way, the person expects either helpful information or (gasps) none at all.

As much as you may be laughing as you type these responses into that small rectangular box,Im sure the person it was intended for doesn't reciprocate your form of humor.And maybe it would go over better if it were in person.But since that's not the case on these forums,maybe use a little restraint.Here is a thought! Just pass that inquiry by as you obviously have nothing helpful to add.

Yep. That's it. I said it.Thank you. You are welcome.Good day.


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