I just have to wonder why people Post some of the Forums, knowing that they will be ramifications. I haven't been on for awhile, as I felt that there was a nasty type of back lash on many.
So today I went through and saw that a fair few were actually closed to Comment/Reply.
So looked to see why? The worst was one about a Lady saying Goodbye. It was obvious that this was out of hand fairly early in the piece.
I have also noticed that there are always mainplayers, or should I say Main stirrers. What do they get out of this type of thing?
Duplicate thread, closed. The other one can be found at http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/18594
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