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Best Answer Old-Empresario says
You could be right Old-Empresario. I tend to meet people who are trying to make connections rather than put people down. But I have seen TV programs about cyber bullies.
I think people would be more hospitable to one another if they were having discussions face to face rather than hiding behind the anonymity of the internet.
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Exactly spot on. I was just told that all I write about is religion and that is so off and totally wrong. Yet I am put in that box.
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I suppose the veil of the "net" allows some the freedom to let out their dark side. I also blame the shock jocks on both TV & radio for spewing hate speech while they collect millions of dollars in paychecks.
pagesvoice, I don't believe it's their "dark side" but rather their "authentic self" that they feel forced hide in order to conform with society. A bully was a bully in their heart before they turned on their laptop.
dashing..... I would have to disagree.
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