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"No, cupcake, it's just you that we abuse here, because you keep posting tripe.."

With respect, I take issue with this, I don't think anyone is here to abuse sundialsvc4. In my experience here the users are generally very supportive and friendly, more so than any other online community I've had reason to use. If I give bad advice I expect others to call me out on it or correct me. The vast majority of the time this has been done in a very friendly manner. I appreciate that it can become frustrating when someone ignores such corrections and continues to post bad advice time and time again (for years). It's better to reply with the facts, rather than abuse. Hopefully the uninitiated we're concerned about will soon get wise to the guilty few, and ignore them. This is why there is value in responding to such posts without abuse, pointing out nonsense (technical or otherwise) and sticking to the facts.

In reply to Re^2: A thought-provoking external article about abusive web-sites by marto
in thread A thought-provoking external article about abusive web-sites by sundialsvc4

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