ANSWERS: 8
  • Caitlyn is one of those, whether said it or not, demonstrates how HE (Bruce) thinks God made a mistake. And who is Sophia Hutchins?
    • Linda Joy
      Caitlyn Jenner's 'partner'.
    • Rick Myres
      Oh OK thanks.
  • I wish I could remember all the things that got me PBed. :P
    • Linda Joy
      I just happened to notice the question in the 'related questions' and clicked on it only to find it spidered, or I never would have remembered it.
  • I told everyone to screw off and I got 30 days in the penalty box. ...I cried every day.
    • Linda Joy
      did crying help?
    • arcticpup22
      Yes!
  • So Sophia Hutchins is yet another trans telling God he made a mistake.
    • Linda Joy
      So you CAN google! Why didn't you just do that first? I don't know what is in the mind of those people so I couldn't say. I know its not easy for them to feel like they fit in this world. And I know what that's like. I've never been 'normal' or comfortably fit in any single group. One thing is certain, as Christians we cannot condone the sin, but we MUST love the sinner. So go love them and pray for them.
    • Rick Myres
      That is what I do is I pray for them.
  • I'm pretty sure that there's nothing that I wouldn't say.
    • Linda Joy
      That's one of the reasons I like you!
    • Archie Bunker
      Just like Roaring says below, it's how you take it.
  • People can say anything they want and what we say has consequences, some positive and some negative. If something is deemed by anyone as over the line, there is a flag we can activate on that language. Even though I wouldn't express myself as some do here, I get to see where my hot buttons are if I have a reaction. Personally I refrain from name calling and broad generalizations about so called "others" or their ideals. Life is far more nuanced than black & white good & bad thinking.
    • Linda Joy
      That's true and you never know what someone has been through to cause them to think the way they do. I've always been too quick to react. I usually see the line I shouldn't have crossed just after I sail past it. I've been working on that almost all my life!
  • I guess that's the hundred dollar question. On the old site, after being around for a fair number of years, I was PB'd for being a sockpuppet of another account. No other information was given by the site. I reached out to one of the moderators and he was kind enough to share some of what he knew about the situation with me, but, really, I didn't understand what I had been presumed to have done, or, if someone had picked a beef with me, what that had been all about. I offered to provide links to other sites to prove that I was who I said I was, but also told this moderator that I didn't suspect that was really what was going on (like I said, I had been using the site actively for years and mostly posted homework help back then), and then also without explanation, I was notified that my account had been fully reinstated. I may get PB'd for saying this, but I firmly believe that someone I didn't even know went on some sort of power trip and singled me out "just because." Even if that was the case, it's just a fun site and this happened several years ago, so no grudge was held, although I am still curious about what that was all about.
    • Linda Joy
      The same happened to me on MSN's Q&A. They called it collusion. It hurt my little feelings, but that was a LONG time ago! I've noticed that when you move up in rank and especially when you get to the top you become a target. Or as is often the case when you prove someone wrong they hate you for it. Many people don't want to be educated, and need someone to hate. Then again, sometimes I have a sharp tongue and should be kinder. Other times people assume I'm angry when I'm not.
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