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Anna

Started by luise.volta, January 29, 2011, 02:24:02 pm

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LaurieS

Quote from: Pooh on February 01, 2011, 07:42:22 am
Ha!  Good to know I can lock Laurie out!  Where's that button...........


(Hee hee...ya know I luff ya!)


LOL.. yeah well come over to my post baby, and I'll just delete you

luise.volta

Girls! Girls!   ;D ;D ;D  (Kirk is fixing it.  8) )
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama

LaurieS

Luise.. I just received a message saying that I had exceed my hourly limit for pm's .. can you ask Kirk about this next time and see if he had accidentally changed a setting that he didn't mean to

luise.volta

Sure...he could have made his first mistake.   :o)
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama

LaurieS

Quote from: luise.volta on February 02, 2011, 06:23:19 am
Sure...he could have made his first mistake.   :o)

We'll give him this one :)

luise.volta

 ;D ;D ;D I did email him the question.  ;D ;D ;D
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama

LaurieS

Quote from: Cotton Candy on January 30, 2011, 12:04:56 pm
:)

Luise.. not sure if you realize this but this 'cotton candy' is Anna.  Anna/toxic candy refuses to see that her abuse of the system, is the reason why our ability to delete postings was removed from this site.   I along with others thought this was a great feature right up until it was abused.

Anna now hiding as Cotton Candy... If this is how you choose to treat other members of these boards I for one hope that you  find other outlets for your  'games' then to waste our time. How incredibly immature.

Faithlooksup

When you sign in next to your name~~hit the "Forever" tab and then your sessions will not be timed, nor hopefully deleted...Hope that helps... :-\

LaurieS

Faith.. not sure what you are referring to.. I was talking about how Anna intentionally deleted over 1000 of her postings.. many complete topics.. that's fine, the ability was there and it's been said many times that if there is a feature here, we are more then welcome to use it.  Now when that statement was made, Luise was not aware of the delete function.  But now Anna who is obviously embarrassed by her past comments has attempted to change her identity and has continued to modify her postings.. It's a childish game and because of her 'game' everyone lost the ability to delete a posting if they really wanted/needed to... she abused a gift and then tried to change names so we don't realize who she is?  really?

Faithlooksup

Quote from: pam1 on January 31, 2011, 05:58:48 pm
Quote from: luise.volta on January 31, 2011, 02:52:05 pm
Huh?


It's happened a few times and I figured I'd ask Anna directly.  I put a lot of thought into my replies on a few of her threads and I was wondering why they keep disappearing.  I don't like not knowing where my posts go when they poof, very confusing lol.

I'm not the most internet savvy so perhaps I'm a little slow on the uptake.  But a poster can delete an entire thread, even others postings?  I don't frequent message boards very much so any enlightenment is much welcomed :)
This is what I am referring to.......as the the why posts are disappearing--it you are not logged in with the "forever" button--you will loose your postings for you are being timed.......However Creme, had NO trouble deleting her post today/yesterday for no one was reading it, nor helping her---Right???

LaurieS

Quote from: Faithlooksup on February 13, 2011, 08:59:07 am
Quote from: pam1 on January 31, 2011, 05:58:48 pm
Quote from: luise.volta on January 31, 2011, 02:52:05 pm
Huh?


It's happened a few times and I figured I'd ask Anna directly.  I put a lot of thought into my replies on a few of her threads and I was wondering why they keep disappearing.  I don't like not knowing where my posts go when they poof, very confusing lol.

I'm not the most internet savvy so perhaps I'm a little slow on the uptake.  But a poster can delete an entire thread, even others postings?  I don't frequent message boards very much so any enlightenment is much welcomed :)
This is what I am referring to.......as the the why posts are disappearing--it you are not logged in with the "forever" button--you will loose your postings for you are being timed.......However Creme, had NO trouble deleting her post today/yesterday for no one was reading it, nor helping her---Right???

No this has nothing to do with timing out.. there use to be a delete option that each of us had to delete a post.. if you had started the thread/new topic you could delete the entire topic, thus deleting every reply or statement made under that topic. 

What Creme did yesterday was to 'overly' modify her topic.. she just simply modified it and removed all the contents and changed the topic line.. Had anyone responded and copied/quoted her statement she could not delete that.. to where at one time she could have.

luise.volta

When I realized that members could mess with each others postings as well as their own it seemed wrong to me. How can any one of us accept the idea that one member can veto another? Yes, I can do that and sometimes need to, but not often. I just can't leave an option active that can be used in an unkind way.

Please let me know if you want something removed. Sending love...
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama

cremebrulee

Quote from: luise.volta on February 13, 2011, 09:46:17 am
When I realized that members could mess with each others postings as well as their own it seemed wrong to me. How can any one of us accept the idea that one member can veto another? Yes, I can do that and sometimes need to, but not often. I just can't leave an option active that can be used in an unkind way.

Please let me know if you want something removed. Sending love...


Luise, I started a thread yesterday called problem...asking for help, with a family matter, I was very angry when I found out something more that a family member did....adding insult to injury, no one had responded to it and it hurt...and I felt embarrasssed, so I went in and deleted it....I'm very sorry if I broke any rules...I thought it was ok to do that...????  I really did?



Faithlooksup

Let's ALL Play NICE and quit taking one anothers inventory.....

luise.volta

The way you did it didn't break any rules...but it left a hole that confused everyone and you ended up feeling like you had to explain. (Which you didn't.)

As WWU grows, (and we keep doing that)...posts may take longer to get responses. In such a case, I think I would re-post with a subject line like: "Is Anybody Out There?" or something like that. It takes moving past or at least through feeling rejected and some of us have deep trauma that shows up there....(I do...) but it usually is worth it because there are a lot of women here who really do care. I do!
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama