What you say

May 14, 2017 3:07pm CST
Today I was reading interesting discussions and was shocked to see that a person has posted 5-6 discussions and all foolish(according to me) . According to me people should maintain decorum while posting something. Showing how popular they are in opposite sex could be interesting for their offline friends but for me this is not at all good. What's your opinion.
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@JolietJake (51104)
• United States
14 May 17
Pretty sure I know who you mean, and I don't quite believe all their posts...the ones they are in, they may know the person, but I think many of them are fake. However, they are free to post what they want, and I doubt flagging/reporting them will change anything
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@MALUSE (44640)
• Uzbekistan
14 May 17
@JolietJake I've just sent a PM to Shweta asking her if the person she's written about is member So-and-so. Someone has sent me the link to a site on which there is a photo which So-and-so uses in one of their discussions.
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@JolietJake (51104)
• United States
14 May 17
@MALUSE Unless that photo is copyright material, it really doesn't matter. I've suspected for a long time many of their photos are not women they know, but they aren't technically breaking any rules.
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• Defuniak Springs, Florida
14 May 17
As annoying as those posts are, I'm going have to agree with JJ, we could report all we wanted, but i dont see very much else that could be done. Said member has always posted the same post and has gotten likes and comments on many of them. So clearly someone enjoys reading his posts. I just skip them and keep going down the list.
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@just4him (128670)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
14 May 17
I'm not thrilled with those kinds of posts and try to ignore it while trying to comment on something else in the post.
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14 May 17
Oh but the problem with me is I can not ignore wrong things I always try to correct them as much as I can. So if I will not find some solution then from the next time I will do 2 things 1 take a virtual name 2 go by user name. I mean check the discussions of only those whom you are actually connected. But that way I will miss some good discussions done by not so connected users.
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@just4him (128670)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
14 May 17
@Shwetasingh I'm finding with one user in particular, that I am choosing which discussion to read.
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15 May 17
@just4him I will do the same in future
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@Mike197602 (13927)
• United Kingdom
14 May 17
Unless rules are broken people are free to post whatever they like and we are free to not read them
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14 May 17
That's ok. But that's not a permanent solution.
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@Mike197602 (13927)
• United Kingdom
16 May 17
@Shwetasingh There doesn't need to be a permanent solution as long as no rules are broken...people are free to post whatever they want.
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17 May 17
@Nawsheen (22955)
• Mauritius
14 May 17
I agree with you.
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14 May 17
Thanks. I think my previous way of my lifting was better where I used to select person and then go to their discussions. Today after a long time I checked interesting discussions and that was not at all interesting.
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@JolietJake (51104)
• United States
14 May 17
@Shwetasingh 'Interesting' discussions simply are discussions that share tags you have used before, or tags that have been used in discussions you responded to.
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14 May 17
@JolietJake I know. And those are the discussions I have started with . But in past few days I had changed my approach and started going to the discussions of particular user. Today I was free so just checked this for some new conversation and see where I have landed.
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@Courtlynn (55286)
• United States
14 May 17
Not sure i understsnd the post..
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14 May 17
Then go and see the interesting discussions.
@JolietJake (51104)
• United States
14 May 17
@Shwetasingh Everyone has a different list of 'Interesting' discussions.
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14 May 17
@JolietJake really.. oh I didn't know that.
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@MALUSE (44640)
• Uzbekistan
14 May 17
I'm with you 100%!
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14 May 17
Then please suggest some solution.
@MALUSE (44640)
• Uzbekistan
15 May 17
@Shwetasingh If admin doesn't react, we can't do anything. We can only avoid this member.
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15 May 17
@MALUSE I know this is possible only if admin interface. And I am just thinking how to report this. Well if left with no choice then I will change my profile detail and stay with the post of some relevant users( whom I found worth reading till date) and never go to the open discussion.
@manasamanu (3734)
• Bangalore, India
15 May 17
You are right, such people don't care for others feelings.
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15 May 17
They are horrible
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• Bangalore, India
15 May 17
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
16 May 17
you can block such person
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16 May 17
I went to the interesting discussions after a long time and saw those posts.
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@magnumopus (1664)
• Singapore
14 May 17
I agree with you. Are these person old-timers or new to myLot?
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14 May 17
I don't know how old that person is.