Dislike Of Like!

johngryphon

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I have been typing " LIKE" to show that I have actually read and partially joined in,rather than hitting the "L" button.

LIKE.
 

imnotrucknut

Well-Known Member
So, how do I ensure SD members don't "like" me please?

I really don't have the time or need for this crass social media-driven mechanism that suggests one's posts crave recognition and SD approval. If I'm alone in this fine, but I refuse to understand why someone should be 'rewarded' simply because they have an aptitude for making stuff or engineering in general. Ditto the scenario that sees members slavishly hitting the like button once they've done it once to a member within a particularly hot topic, and with little regard to what has actually been communicated within the subsequent posts! Brexit threads bring mutiple chilling examples to mind.

So, is there a process within my profile that permits resetting the like count to zero and ensuring it stays that way by other than refraining from further posting?

Thanks and please DON'T "like" this thread/post!

K
Bah humbug
 

Blobby159

Well-Known Member
So, how do I ensure SD members don't "like" me please?

I really don't have the time or need for this crass social media-driven mechanism that suggests one's posts crave recognition and SD approval. If I'm alone in this fine, but I refuse to understand why someone should be 'rewarded' simply because they have an aptitude for making stuff or engineering in general. Ditto the scenario that sees members slavishly hitting the like button once they've done it once to a member within a particularly hot topic, and with little regard to what has actually been communicated within the subsequent posts! Brexit threads bring mutiple chilling examples to mind.

So, is there a process within my profile that permits resetting the like count to zero and ensuring it stays that way by other than refraining from further posting?

Thanks and please DON'T "like" this thread/post!

K
OK 'K' I will NOT respond in said upsetting manner to the posts that you make that I like and agree with, and shall in future respond via the written word or not at all. Sincere apologies for passed indiscretions herein, it was not meant to aggravate!..

Best Regards,
Blobby159
 

Sinistral

Well-Known Member
So, how do I ensure SD members don't "like" me please?

I really don't have the time or need for this crass social media-driven mechanism that suggests one's posts crave recognition and SD approval. If I'm alone in this fine, but I refuse to understand why someone should be 'rewarded' simply because they have an aptitude for making stuff or engineering in general. Ditto the scenario that sees members slavishly hitting the like button once they've done it once to a member within a particularly hot topic, and with little regard to what has actually been communicated within the subsequent posts! Brexit threads bring mutiple chilling examples to mind.

So, is there a process within my profile that permits resetting the like count to zero and ensuring it stays that way by other than refraining from further posting?

Thanks and please DON'T "like" this thread/post!

K
I feel thwarted because there’s no DISLIKE option. There should be ... :evil:
The whole idea is phony and bogus. You just don’t know whether a high score is a reward for pleasantry, or a badge for bigotry.
 

AN DU RU FOX

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K if it offends you so much like an engine management light just get one of those little round plasters out of any first aid kit you know the ones one ever uses and stick it on your laptops screen approximately where said symbol will appear. All The Best doug ps 1579106014370.png ps if you like( sorry )you can draw a little smiley on the plaster as well best of both worlds .:cool:
 
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