I've reported 2 posts relating to members. One was where a poster was reporting a situation of violence and a response was posted where it seemed the perpetrator of the violence was responding and defending their actions. The other time I reported a post was when a thread about Catholic schooling was started and a poster linked a report to abuse in the Catholic Church, which I didn't think was necessary and added absolutely nothing to the thread except to make people considering Catholic schooling to feel like cr@p for doing so.
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02-09-2013 08:07 #51
02-09-2013 08:57 #52
Ive never reported. A few times Ive gone to make a well thought out counter reply to a nasty or judgey post and its already been deleted, or the thread deleted, so somebody must have already!
02-09-2013 09:04 #53
If I can be bothered I'll report spam - but sometimes I just assume someone else will.
The handful of times I have reported posts that are directly abusive/rude towards other members or towards me, I'm pretty sure I have stated in the thread that I have done so. I'm not a secretive reporter.
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