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Lou's response to fayeroe's post-supsit fayeroe

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 6, 2007, at 21:05:54

In reply to Re: blocks Dr. Bob, posted by fayeroe on July 6, 2007, at 19:36:46

> "That's another good point, some people might become more fearful, and others may become more angry..."
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> Bob
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> and others could become more confused about this being a support website......some could be hurt more by it.....others may leave...
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> fayeroe
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fayeroe,
You wrote,[...a support website...].
I am insure as to what you are wanting to mean by a {support website}.
Could you elaborate as to:
A. Can you give an example of a website being a support website verses an example of a website not being a support website, that is not already been posted here?
B. In your opinion, is there a difference between a website that is supportive verses a website that reinforces?
C. In your opinion, is it supportive to reinforce a false idea that is presented by a poster?
D. (redacted by respondent)
E. Can you explain what is meant by,[...good for the community as a whole...] in referrence to being supportive?
F. In your opinion, what are the major characteristics of a supportive website and what are the major characteristics of a non-supportive web site?
G. If in your opinion a website is not supportive, what could be the results to the members, if any, other than that they could leave the site?
H. other related aspects to this discussion
Lou

 

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