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  • i208khonsu

    I also want to add the old wise advice of: If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. While I don't necessarily agree this applies every time, there are often times I find myself in disagreement and I can't find the nice words to rebute the statement. Or perhaps it's a complicated issue that I've replied to months/years ago and don't want to re-write my complex thoughts (or don't have the time). Yet I gotta be honest, leaving a down vote and showing myself the door is often the best course of action.

    Related, I also gotta say I find Facebook's Hide Post feature sorely lacking at bookmarking sites like Snapzu. It may be a post I just don't want to deal with at the time, or especially with how personal relationships are on Facebook you just don't want your opinion to be an issue in that relationship. Or perhaps a buddy posted a tasteful pic for an underboob that you want to make sure doesn't find it's way onto your desktop at work while the boss walks by. Perhaps having a similar function at Snapzu would be appreciated as well.