CharlieMC (charliemc) wrote,

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Suggestions? Bite Me.

I try HARD to always participate at suggestions. (I've been trying to do that on a regular basis since 2005. And I try -- really hard -- to be a voice of reason. And to be pleasant to others.)

But there are times people get snarky with one another (and with me) -- and I don't care for it.

So you know what? Bite me. I take my time to try and offer what I feel is a valid opinion. If you don't like it, at least treat me with respect. I don't see any reason to call my comments 'silly,' simply because we don't see eye to eye.

And having been here since 2002, there WERE more BUGS at LiveJournal in the early days. I'm delighted for those who are in the habit of using Preview here, but it never used to work. (Let's just say I didn't like the options back then: Write your entry somewhere else, then cut and paste, or just use Preview and risk losing what you took the time to write. Preview might be great now, but I don't use it. Why does it matter to ANYONE else if I simply edit my entry to fix mistakes???

On that note, I'm not in the mood to post anything else here, frankly.

Tags: 2011, january-2011, livejournal, livejournal-rant, livejournal-related, suggestions

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