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Doesn’t bother me.  If I don’t like what they are saying I just won’t respond.


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      Vikki Hall wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • I really don’t mind anon unless it is in an accusatory type of post. I won’t use it myself but I understand some people feel the need for cover to say what they gotta say.
      Now if someone has an issue with someone here go to that person directly!




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      Amy L. Harden wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • Issues: None...if someone doesn’t want to have their name or their alias attached to a comment then that is their choice.  Abusing this option as a way to be mean and nasty...that I take issue with...stealth slamming is mean.

      Thoughts:  People who are using this option use it many times to protect themselves from confrontation, judgement or their privacy. I can understand there has been problems with this in the past.

      I will not check the post anonymous box...but it is nice to know that I have the choice.




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      Jomi wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • I don’t mind annon, but it shouldn’t be used to hurt someone.  Simply said.




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      Daphne wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • I posted a blog awhile back that caused a LOT of commotion.  That didn’t teach me to post anonymously, it taught me to keep my opinions to myself!  I have since gotten over that...i share my opinions freely!  LOL

      If a person needs to say something and does not want to be attacked, anonymous is their solution.  

      As long as the anonymous feature isn’t used maliciously, i don’t have a problem with it.




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      3sa wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • Doesn’t bother me.  If I don’t like what they are saying I just won’t respond.




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      Mztracy wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • i do not mind if the question is regarding the person being anon. Like a ? regarding a situation happening to them.

      But, when it is referring to another, it is wrong on many levels!




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      UK Girl wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • Annie - I agree with you - it’s okay to be anon but not to be nasty or pick on someone or hide behind anon .....

      Hurting people isn’t what this Fab site is about




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • Being anonymous for safety reasons such as an abusive situation at home, that’s understandable. Often times, when someone posts anonymously, I just skip the question or topic altogether. When it was used like it was yesterday, I think it’s mean spirited and I won’t participate.




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      Jean Walter wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • Well said mybaby!!

      Took the words right out of my mouth!

      =)




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      Cheryl Guy wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • If someone posts anon & what they are saying seems like it might be controversial then it needs to be ignored. Don’t feed their fire! There is no need to leave a nasty comment to someone anon because you don’t like what they are saying. All you are doing is stooping to their level. And maybe at times, those people don’t even realize that they should be handling the situation in a different way. Like last night for instance, telling them nicely where they should go with their information is one thing but bashing the person whether their intent was good or not, is not a solution to the problem. It only causes DRAMA!




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      Jenz ~ wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • If it’s used because someone is afraid for tangible reasons, then use it. If it’s being used to ‘call someone out,’ that’s BS!
      I guess I was under the assumption that we were on a better level than to do something like that in here & I hope I don’t see what happened last night again in here.
      We are not in 10th grade & I don’t ‘do drama.’




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      Jean Walter wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • Maybe someone should start a Drama Club!!!




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      Doreen XoXo wrote Feb 12, 2009
    • Exactly what I said last night “why all this drama“??
      I agree with all of you ladies.  Very well said happy

      xoxo




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