Thank you, neshura
That was really excellent, I'd multiple++ it if I could.
I've seen some online-communities grow and break up in personal feuds.
If I can help it I try not to become involved in any personal quibbles.
I'm with Corion
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With a good amount of calm and sang froid
one can actually read a provocative question and refrain from answering it. If you can't, be prepared that your tone will be echoed. (This also goes for asking: most likely the tone will be echoed, so if you can't stomach provocation, don't provoke.)
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