Just a suggestion. Sarcasm has never played well on the internet. It's very easy to misinterpret. Plus, if you're not banned, what's the big deal? Maybe just temper your posts a bit? Couldn't hurt.
Some insightful posts from some members basically going back as far as I can remember.I only come on here to figure out what new snare drum or pedal to buy. What did I miss? ?
Because the answer to ever question is MAPEX !!! ???Some insightful posts from some members basically going back as far as I can remember.
Which if I recall was an epic butt-hurt over a set of white saturns about a decade ago. Others have been here much longer...
If you know for a fact that people have put you on ignore, I would think that would be a red flag, unless ones goal is to come on just to harrass people.
As the man once said, “If you run into an [unpleasant person] in the morning, you ran into an [unpleasant person]. If you run into [unpleasant people] all day, you're the [unpleasant person].”
I used to despise emojis. I'm still not a huge fan. But after several years on message boards—back in the previous century—when I realized my sense of humor was really upsetting a lot of people when I wasn't at all intending to, I started adding what I saw at the time as horrifying insipid smiley faces, to make clear I was attempting a bit of light-hearted humor. Because while I hated using those smiley faces, I disliked even more upsetting people—some of whom I quite liked, others of whom I didn't even know—for no reason when that was not at all my intention. And it turns out, it wasn't that big a deal for me, and I stopped ruining people's day on accident. Pretty acceptable trade-off, I think.