Thass why I say it in a separate thread, with no names mentioned, actually none remembered. I just think personal neglect of literacy, and hostility toward it, is sad and destructiveThe temptation to snap back at them can be strong but I always reckon I would be demeaning myself, by doing so
I try not to take that stuff too personally. If I was as smart as I sometimes aspire to be- I'd be reading George Eliot, or Ludwig Wittgenstein, instead of agreeing with you.Thass why I say it in a separate thread, with no names mentioned, actually none remembered. I just think personal neglect of literacy, and hostility toward it, is sad and destructive
Same here. I've only used it in my posts, usually as a (hopefully) humorous summation of my post. I would never respond to someone else's post with "tl; dr". That's just rude.I've really only seen it used by the OP in conversations, to provide a summary of the longer text to follow.
Guilty as charged.That falls in the same manners category as playing "grammar police", which is also poor form.
Guilty as charged.
I had to look up TL;DR for the second time to read this thread.
It has come to my attention that my responses have sometimes been very rude. I apologize to the members. (Voice in the back of my head) "Sometimes you need to just stifle it bro."