working off another thread and genuinely seeking answers. A has B under "friend" and C under "acquaintance". B has A under "acquaintance" and C under "friend". C has A under "friend" and B under "acquaintance". Assume an "acquaintance" cannot see what is posted in "friend". A then, posts something in "friend", critical about C, but readable by B. B is a "friend" of A and can read it, C cannot. So far so good. Then, B comments on A's first post and also says something critical of C. However, C is under "friend" for B. B is likely in trouble with C. But can B get A in trouble just by the act of responding to A's post ? ....This is like a bad mensa/ gre question, but I'm really trying to figure this out. Anyone? Chris Nolan can you help ?
before the fix sets in. spotify, you've set me loose inside an endless record store and told me to take as much as i like...you should know people with organized playlists should not step foot inside this place
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Hey Julie ! Nice to see you here. I did wonder about the mysterious poster until I read this haha. I've been keeping up with your travel updates too -- you must've beaten george clooney's Up in the Air frequent flier miles by now. I actually did begin a few weeks ago on a self-imposed assignment, mainly to stop talking to myself on the walk back home. Are you still writing ?