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Q: You know you're just going to attack Her, so why do you reply?

Why do you bother to attack Her, while virtue signaling about your own goodness?  I think if you can't offer Her reasonable and useable information that might help Her (even if she disregards it), then ignore Her posts.  Play the ball, not the person.

5 weeks 3 days ago in  General  - China

 
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'cause we receive 2 pints with every answer ... 

 

My total count with this answer included will be 24444 pints, what is around 14 raincoats ... That's many 4s for one sentence...

 

I am building up a storage shed, so I'll be ready once the delivery finalizes ..,   and I can put all my raincoats out of da rain.

 

Verb 1. finalize - make final; put the last touches on; put into final form;

"Let's finalize the proposal!" 

finalise, nail down, settle

 

Who's 'Her' anyway?

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Has someone been drinking the woke koolaid?

The white woke social justice warrior with a saviour complex is becoming a thing. Heads up, people can speak for themselves and prefer to do so rather than have a do gooder imperiously tell others what the object of their saviour complex thinks themselves or wants to say.

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is this another alias being hi-jacked?

 

Over the years many of us offered (genuine) posters genuine replies.

these are questions that give a bit of context and the OP is self-aware (and courteous) enough to engage in a discussion (like in a real conversation), not trolling the replies received, ghosting when asked for more information, or resorting to insulting the people who have responded with answers based on their experiences. 

 

sometimes there is a poster who asks a question, a answer given will be a reasonable and (by and alrge) courteous reply, only for the OP to throw unprovoked abuse.
Sometimes a poster (who may or may not have been banned more than once, and come back under a different alias) asks variations of the same quesiton over and over and over.

Even when people are patient and answer reasonablly,they are met again and again with abuse.
 

i suppose people keep hoping said OP will finally show some awareness of people other than themsleves and not be so sensitive.

there is always that hope.

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