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#1 posted 08-04-2012 09:56 PM

There is certainly nothing wrong with wanting folks to have good manners Grizz. So kudos for bringing up the subject.

I don’t like the discussions about controversial subjects either. I joined LJ to enjoy the company of other woodworkers, not to argue with them. I’m sure we all break the rules sometimes, mostly in small and inconsequential ways, but I agree that some people can’t help themselves from bringing in some negativity, so I just don’t participate in those threads.

It seems to me that an overwhelming majority of LJ members are very polite and positive. That in itself says a lot about the typical member without others needing to know his political or religious affiliations. I don’t mind if the rules are changed, but I can’t say that it is a burning issue with me as long as I can opt out on the negative discussions.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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