Jeff Scott Davis Very true. What Paul said amounts to, “Eww, they’re not like us. They dumb. They should go. We smart. We stay.”
And my apologies if I was rude Paul Gibbons – it’s just this:
The ability to CREATE a new group is _very very very very very very easy_ to do on Facebook or anywhere.
a) If you don’t like the way a group works, then become an administrator
b) start a splinter group which fits your needs.
Of course you can do:
c) Complain that things should be different and that it’s not fair that things are the way they are and people should all change and you should get to stay the same.
But really…. c)? That’s whining.
Is whining philosophy?
[sorry for the ranting. I just don’t like posts that try to get a bunch of likes on it in order to compel administrators to make the changes they wish to happen in a group. Talk to the administrators DIRECTLY. Discussion groups are not democracies. They have leaders and a hierarchical structure]