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05/10/2011 10:26 pm

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munchboss

munchboss

Location: am a highly involved tenant
Posts: 45

15/03/2012 3:10 pm

derren like you i agree ive only been on here a few weeks and like my friend {and i dont know him but have great respect for him just by his posts } RICK ii have troulble posting some things i wish to say but with all the anons on here its impoosiblke to reply direct , ANYONE THOUGHT IT COULD BE IH THATS ANON ?????  some comments you can tell are intended as trolling just to get yewr back up but when you reply the other anons start to have a go because they think you are aiming youre comments at them , pen names are excelent ,it works the imagination , the thought of a reply and for all everyone on here knows every post  by anon may actually be just 1anon , wich is a shame because some of the anon postings ive read have good honest discusable content where as others are just ego heads ,, ime just a tenant but am know by my friends and others includeing my H/A to say it as i see it and if ime wrong except the fact apologize and learn ,, as anon i feel i cant do that that with them cause to me it says they dont stand by there convictions but just by there secrets

shame really because anyone can see a debate is better when there are names or faces to go with the knowledge and feelings  

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Derren Cooper

Derren Cooper

Posts: 56

21/11/2011 5:05 am

TBH, it doesn't bother me if people use pen names so as not to "expose" themselves, my only problem with some of the threads which havge a lot of comments, is that it's difficult to see who is replying to whom because so many people are sharing this "anonymous" name.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

04/11/2011 3:51 pm

Are all anonymous posters Christians fearful that their employers are watching their every breath to see if they are diverting from the pagan corporate line?

Irritating as it may be, being able to speak without punishment serves it's purpose - especially when having to deal with the more extreme posters.

Although rarely are annoymous posts of any value, which debunks most of what I've just said - or does it.

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marty21

marty21

Posts: 67

19/10/2011 8:07 am

I did that deliberately

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Anonymous

Anonymous

19/10/2011 8:07 am

posters should have some sort of name - difficult to reply individually to a load of posters called Anonymous

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Winston Smith

Winston Smith

Posts: 16

18/10/2011 4:44 pm

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Anonymous

Anonymous

14/10/2011 4:15 pm

as opposed to a ninnie moose I supoose!

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Anonymous

Anonymous

13/10/2011 8:52 am

I like being a nonny mouse.

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Rick Campbell

Rick Campbell

Location: Macclesfield CHESHIRE
Posts: 424

12/10/2011 6:13 pm

Thank you both TWIMC and Butti -- I often get into trouble for being myself -- but, then again, I am crackers (really).

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Butti

Butti

Posts: 5

12/10/2011 6:00 pm

I too think 'respect' to Rick for being himself.

I have to remain as Butti as I am trying to become a housing professional and expressing some of the views I have on Grant Shnapps is probably a capital offence.

I can out F451 as my brother.  It MUST be him as he used to have inane conversations with me for hours as a child on how I knew I really existed and wasn't a figment of his imagination!!!

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Anonymous

Anonymous

10/10/2011 2:02 pm

Do that button up and put it away - naughty little poster!

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C'mon Sense

C'mon Sense

Location: NOT London
Posts: 17

10/10/2011 1:30 pm

...button here I can reveral myself

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Anonymous

Anonymous

10/10/2011 1:30 pm

See, but if I click this...

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F451

F451

Location: Europe
Posts: 190

10/10/2011 12:44 pm

We do too Nonny - although you are being a little discriminatory some of my multiples believe.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

10/10/2011 12:24 pm

I like Nonnys.

I dislike mutiple personality posters.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

10/10/2011 11:14 am

Yes ban all Nonnys, except for me and the last poster,and maybe the one before last too.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

10/10/2011 10:39 am

Nonnys should be banned.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

10/10/2011 10:00 am

'Some posters in this thread have completely twisted the meaning of the Original Post.'

How original for such to occur!

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Rick Campbell

Rick Campbell

Location: Macclesfield CHESHIRE
Posts: 424

07/10/2011 3:21 pm

I think that you will find that I like the majority of housing professionals except for those who attack tenants!

Persons less charitable than myself c.uld view it very cowardly to do that from behing the 'safety of an anonymous mask' -- if, indeed, 'they' are housing professionals at all. 

For some people, making personal attacks on others (or me) seems to 'float their boats' -- well, that says more about them than it does about me and others.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

07/10/2011 3:11 pm

Rick, with all respect you might be getting yourself confused with some social housing professionals here, you know I mean?  the ones you don't like.  And you don't want that.

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