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- Apr 21, 2012
- Actually, Bob, some people need to be prepared to support their opinion or statement if they want their comments to be taken seriously. It's called common courtesy in a public discussion.
Otherwise, all you're doing is contributing to the noise, and not the actual discussion. It's no different than someone randomly jumping into a discussion about a new car, and explaining how much they like pumpkin pie. Sure, they're entitled to their opinion.... but what purpose did sharing that opinion serve for that discussion?Apr 21, 2012
- Good !!Apr 22, 2012
- no love for the xoom?Apr 24, 2012
- Michael, There were comments (now deleted) that were not based on opinions but created to be more like harrassment (or just annoying). Implying things that were never there. Dawn seemed harrassed I commented to clarify and that I do like pumkin pie..Apr 25, 2012
- Ah, missing comments always make the remaining discussion seem odd. However, I believe my original point still stands, if not in this particular instance, then still in general.Apr 25, 2012