[Ansteorra] Arbitrarily Calling for an End to a Discussion You Dislike
val_org at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 20 15:05:32 PDT 2012
Alma Danks said:
> I never asked anyone to stop the conversation. But maybe
> you can make it private. I love being part of this group, but
> when the discussions turn ugly or just keep saying the same
> things over and over. Like a broken record,it's not worth it.
> I appreciate a good discussion, but Attacking each other
> will not solve anything.
Um... the only thing I have seen that was ugly was the people screaming for the topic to be discontinued, which I found profoundly rude. And if you believe that no new information or points have been raised, you haven't been reading closely. I haven't seen a single ad hominem attack or fighting, although we are having a very impassioned discussion.
Since even Hotmail will allow you to filter on keywords to remove unwanted topics from your inbox, and so does Gmail and Outlook and Thunderbird etc., instead of calling for a robust discussion to end, perhaps you could just set up a text filter or two. Plenty of us here can instruct on how to do this, or consult these articles:
How to Set Up an Incoming Mail Filter in Windows Live Hotmail
How To Set Up Email Filters In Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo
How to Set Up Message Filters In Thunderbird
Creating Filters in MS Outlook
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