Can we have one on the forums here? I'd absolutely love to have the ignore option so I wouldn't have to slog through the posts of a few individuals.
I think it would be impractical - you would still see posts and quotes that people who you haven't "ignored" and it could get very confusing.
Unless - if enough people click ignore - that person disappears completely?
Wouldn't you feel like you are always missing something though?
Plus, sometimes all of the drama keeps me entertained while I'm at my 9-5 job. It's when I'm seriously hubbing that I become irked.
everything in moderation.. ready to tangeret? you guys just need to respect that others have opinions and their entitled to them.. why fight about it when its just an ego war that will nver yeild any winners or losers.. hmm bullitin on opinionated posting.. nevermind guys... keep bickering you keep giving me ideas.. cherio..
That's an excellent idea.
Come on Mark, you know you would love it.
I am going to have to second the motion of:
By my count that's 4 votes in favor, 3 votes against. First to 10 wins.
I vote 7 nos. If I have to make 7 new personas, I will do.
That's 10 by my count
Honestly, I think I deserve more than one vote. Simply because I'm greedy.
Mark can moderate the moderators.
...and of all forums for Jerrico not to chime in about. Well, Mark and Isabella can break the news to him.
I vote yes, and my vote counts bunches because I'm adorable.
Everyone's got an opinion.. and a bum. I'd just like to be able to ignore the types of folks who regularly mix the two.
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