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Dealing with difficult posters

Posted by baseball55 on September 6, 2016, at 19:50:29

I will post this once and then ignore the endless stream of posts from Lou it is bound to cause. Time has shown again and again and again and again that nothing, absolutely nothing, that people say to or about Lou changes Lou's behavior at all.

But the posts people make to or about Lou DO change the tone and feeling of psychobabble itself. Long strings of rants against Lou turn, in fact, into the destruction of this fragile structure which is psychobabble.

Scott has tried hard, with much success I think over the past year or so, to ignore Lou's posts. When Lou has entered a thread, Scott changes the subject line back to the original subject and respond to the original post. As more and more people have followed Scott's lead, Lou has become less of a problem - a nuisance, an annoyance, but not the beginning of the end of this forum..

LH asked what happened and Lou is not what happened. Reactions to Lou and others and people being completely unable to just drop the subject or ignore the inevitably difficult poster is what happened. And now it's all starting again....




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