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Why am I posting this as anonymous: Because I still like this site and want to be a part of it and know that if I don't post as anonymous I will most certainly stop using this site.

I wish you had posted this as yourself, because I really want to upvote YOU for saying this! And please don't stop using this site - feel free to express such well thought out opinions in your own name!

The poster's nationality is (typically) readily determined by their username and/or the particular style of English they write in

Actually, I think that this is the equivalent of saying : "Oh you can always spot the gays. They're the ones in sequins or leather."... thus mischaracterising 95% of the gay community. As a member of that community, I strongly object to being the subject of such sweeping generalisations.

Good work for speaking up, anonymous!


In reply to Re^2: Stop with the interview questions already by clinton
in thread Stop with the interview questions already by ssandv

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