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Posted: Jan 8th, 2018 - 6:56 pm In Reply to: This is the GAB board, and I'm NOT - ATWORK

About half of the followup posts on here should have been removed by the moderator for griping about spelling/grammar. You are not supposed to tell people what they can and can't post and you are not supposed to correct their spelling and grammar.

So what if she didn't know what prolly meant? Good grief, if that's all you have to worry about, then you need to get a life. You don't have to read the posts and if you've read them and are upset, disagree, or whatever, report to the moderator if you feel it needds to be removed or else just go on your merry way and read something else.

If we vent on here, we are accused of whining and we should just get a new job, new type of job, etc. If we post that we are happy where we are at, then we're trolls or something of that sort. If we post something happy, someone always has to dislike the post or post something snarky, demeaning, belittleling, mean, etc. If we post something sad or depressing, then we get the same treatment.

Why can't people on here practice a little compassion, empathy, sympathy, thoughtfulness, kindness, etc.?

To the OP, I for one was sorry to hear that your friend had been lied to, then adopted the dog, fell in love with it, along with you, cared for it well and then it developed cancer and died. It is hard to lose a pet, no matter how long you've had it, or if it's a friend's etc. It was a fortunate dog to have found a home with someone who would love it and care for it in it's final days. I'm sure it knew it was loved. Thank you to your friend!


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