11-16-2010 12:46 PM - edited 11-16-2010 02:59 PM
A few days ago I edited part of a post in this thread: The Zync glitter is real! because in my opinion and the opinion of several other mods the comment was not only off topic and unproductive but completely unnecessary.
We all have opinions about various subjects and lively debate is welcomed and encouraged but even if you strongly disagree with someone remember that your opinion doesn't make them wrong and vise versa. They have as much right to express themselves as you do.
Disagree all you want but I remind everyone to be friendly, supportive, and respectful.
01-12-2012 05:44 AM
Uborrow-Upay wrote:Can I still get away with my opinion making me wrong? (I've got an extensive track record in this!)
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