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July 24, 2018, 09:40:48 AM
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Although i might be new on this platform, i think it is becoming rampant and as a concerned member will like draw our attention to it and try to desist from it. You go through some post and the words some members are using are too "hash" with all sort of labeling, or because he/she disagree with one's opinion. Aside the interest or  profit we all  make on this platform through investment, A lot is also been learned on the forum: 

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Teaches us how to convince and sell our opinion to others irrespective of cultural diversity
 
Please, lets ease our tone and languages, You can disagree with me on an issue after all we are all here to learn something new, not to fight. 

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July 24, 2018, 09:52:29 AM
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Although i might be new on this platform, i think it is becoming rampant and as a concerned member will like draw our attention to it and try to desist from it. You go through some post and the words some members are using are too "hash" with all sort of labeling, or because he/she disagree with one's opinion. Aside the interest or  profit we all  make on this platform through investment, A lot is also been learned on the forum:  

medium for communication / sharing of ideas
learning platform on cryptocurrency and various technologies at large
Teaches us how to convince and sell our opinion to others irrespective of cultural diversity
 
Please, lets ease our tone and languages, You can disagree with me on an issue after all we are all here to learn something new, not to fight.  

You can't get everyone to think or speak the same way you do. Yes, sometimes people can be 'harsh' and even overly so, but that's part of life and it doesn't always smell of roses. Sometimes people can get passionate about certain things and use a certain language or tone along with that, but as long as it's not disruptive or breaking the rules then I don't see a problem with it. If someone uses language or a tone that you don't agree with then you're certainly free to state so or even just ignore them.

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July 24, 2018, 10:14:07 AM
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Although i might be new on this platform, i think it is becoming rampant and as a concerned member will like draw our attention to it and try to desist from it. You go through some post and the words some members are using are too "hash" with all sort of labeling, or because he/she disagree with one's opinion. Aside the interest or  profit we all  make on this platform through investment, A lot is also been learned on the forum:  

medium for communication / sharing of ideas
learning platform on cryptocurrency and various technologies at large
Teaches us how to convince and sell our opinion to others irrespective of cultural diversity
 
Please, lets ease our tone and languages, You can disagree with me on an issue after all we are all here to learn something new, not to fight.  

You can't get everyone to think or speak the same way you do. Yes, sometimes people can be 'harsh' and even overly so, but that's part of life and it doesn't always smell of roses. Sometimes people can get passionate about certain things and use a certain language or tone along with that, but as long as it's not disruptive or breaking the rules then I don't see a problem with it. If someone uses language or a tone that you don't agree with then you're certainly free to state so or even just ignore them.
well i might be able to ignore it but someone won't allow to let it go  Smiley just praying we will not wake up one day and find the whole place burning hahahaha Smiley Wink

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July 24, 2018, 10:14:23 AM
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Please, lets ease our tone and languages, You can disagree with me on an issue after all we are all here to learn something new, not to fight. 
Nobody is entitled anything on the forum and people can comment in any manner they want. If you feel bad about somebodys comment then its purely your opinion and no one gives a shit about it. If you feel you are being bullied you need to stop coming to the internet because its an age-old practise and will happen in future too. Trolls will always be there to annoy other because they have no other work to do but keep your head cool is what matters.

Sometimes its just better to ignore everybody. Wink

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July 24, 2018, 10:46:44 AM
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Some of the new members just ignore all the rules, and just keep on making annoying posts. After a while, some members resort to extreme abuse in an attempt to discourage them.

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July 24, 2018, 10:48:54 AM
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Although i might be new on this platform, i think it is becoming rampant and as a concerned member will like draw our attention to it and try to desist from it. You go through some post and the words some members are using are too "hash" with all sort of labeling, or because he/she disagree with one's opinion. Aside the interest or  profit we all  make on this platform through investment, A lot is also been learned on the forum: 

medium for communication / sharing of ideas
learning platform on cryptocurrency and various technologies at large
Teaches us how to convince and sell our opinion to others irrespective of cultural diversity
 
Please, lets ease our tone and languages, You can disagree with me on an issue after all we are all here to learn something new, not to fight. 

Nobody can guide anyone for language ..if there is tough comment in your post.if they are genuine ,the accept it or you can simply ignore the comment. this is only the way out.

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July 24, 2018, 10:52:29 AM
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Although i might be new on this platform, i think it is becoming rampant and as a concerned member will like draw our attention to it and try to desist from it. You go through some post and the words some members are using are too "hash" with all sort of labeling, or because he/she disagree with one's opinion. Aside the interest or  profit we all  make on this platform through investment, A lot is also been learned on the forum:  
  
Don't think bitcointalk as an investment platform. It is simply a knowledge hub where you can learn absolutely anything(but more often about cryptocurrency field) without spending a penny. Someone can join bounty campaigns, signature campaigns or whatever and make few extra money, but don't forget that is not the sole purpose of creating this kind of forum as far as my knowledge. I think you are talking about the thing when some senior members(actually it doesn't want to be a senior member, but the well-wisher of the forum) blames when someone posting the same thing again and again (instead of using the "search") which was already answered several times or when someone find out that member only joins to the forum for bounty reports(root cause of the spammers) which actually clogs the forum. Those are the two cases where I can see most of the senior members getting too harsh on some junior members. I think that's because they have seen how the forum developed with time, they have seen how spammers escape through the loopholes in the forum rules better than junior members (including me).

So for the next time when you see some members are using harsh words, don't take serious or personal and try to find out the root cause of why that member being harsh. Sometimes a few exceptions are there as always in every scenario. If someone being harsh (actually I couldn't say where we should draw the line between "being harsh" and "not being harsh") continuously without any valid reason, just ignore that member or report that member. But most occasions I have found that the tone some of the members are used is a lesson for any member who not doing the right thing and they will remember that "harsh words or label" when they are going to repeat the same mistake again.
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July 24, 2018, 11:12:38 AM
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July 24, 2018, 11:15:50 AM
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As long as they have a point then its usually not a problem. Unfortunately, if you are easily offended by 'bad' language then this forum isn't going to be the best place for you as it encourages freedom of speech.

If it turns into a "my dick is bigger than yours" argument its likely off topic.

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July 24, 2018, 12:53:58 PM
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Although i might be new on this platform, i think it is becoming rampant and as a concerned member will like draw our attention to it and try to desist from it. You go through some post and the words some members are using are too "hash" with all sort of labeling, or because he/she disagree with one's opinion. Aside the interest or  profit we all  make on this platform through investment, A lot is also been learned on the forum:  

medium for communication / sharing of ideas
learning platform on cryptocurrency and various technologies at large
Teaches us how to convince and sell our opinion to others irrespective of cultural diversity
 
Please, lets ease our tone and languages, You can disagree with me on an issue after all we are all here to learn something new, not to fight.  

You can't get everyone to think or speak the same way you do. Yes, sometimes people can be 'harsh' and even overly so, but that's part of life and it doesn't always smell of roses. Sometimes people can get passionate about certain things and use a certain language or tone along with that, but as long as it's not disruptive or breaking the rules then I don't see a problem with it. If someone uses language or a tone that you don't agree with then you're certainly free to state so or even just ignore them.
well i might be able to ignore it but someone won't allow to let it go  Smiley just praying we will not wake up one day and find the whole place burning hahahaha Smiley Wink

I was thinking how on the earth the forum could set on fire???!?!?!? Hahaha

-in the forum you can't please everyone! If you don't like the way they communicate then send them a polite letter about their behaviour,  if they ignore you nothing to do, second report to the moderator about their shitty behaviour, lastly you can give then red Mark if they are erm doing their bad way of communication (bad means impolite or disrespectful)

Or just ignore them on the first place by clicking the ignore option.

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