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Old 08-04-2014, 05:50 PM   #1
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Tired of negative people on here??

Sometimes I feel like people are just talking to you to be negative or criticize you it drives me nuts. This drive anyone else crazy on here?


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Old 08-04-2014, 06:00 PM   #2
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Sometimes I feel like people are just talking to you to be negative or criticize you it drives me nuts. This drive anyone else crazy on here?


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Hello Angel...

Don't worry too much about this. Sometimes things don't go well with stuff we're doing and we need a place or someone to vent a little.

It's not you, it's usually something or someone else.

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Old 08-04-2014, 07:58 PM   #3
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The overwhelming majority of this comes from the mode of communication. There's no non verbal cues or tone of voice to imply the meaning of communication. A lot of people don't realize just how much of a difference it makes to not be looking a person in the face when communicating. This makes it simple to assume that people are talking with either an aggressive or condescending tone when most of the time it's neither. It leads to far too many unnecessary arguments online......
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Well I read 55 gallon thread and you give people many reasons to hate. People on here are strongly opinionated and Ive see what people have said to you and it is for the safety and well being of your fish, Many users inhere truly love their pets and want to make sure all fish are kept in appropriate conditions.
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Well I also love my fish and there is no one right way to raise them all of my fish are happy and healthy if I didn't love them I wouldn't have 4 salts and a fresh water. So maybe people shouldn't judge as much and realize my fish are healthy happy and that's all that matters


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Well I also love my fish and there is no one right way to raise them all of my fish are happy and healthy if I didn't love them I wouldn't have 4 salts and a fresh water. So maybe people shouldn't judge as much and realize my fish are healthy happy and that's all that matters


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With all due respect.. when you post a picture of a 25 pound eel in a tiny tank?? You're going to get negative feedback, same as if you posted a pic of an oscar in a 29 gal tank.. it's one thing to start a thread in need of help and assistance, people usually go easy there. A showoff thread?? All bets are off

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I was not showing off my 200 people asked to see it so I showed then it's about my 55 not my 200


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I was not showing off my 200 people asked to see it so I showed then it's about my 55 not my 200


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Well then lets have a conversation about your 55! You will get similar responses from me.
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You don't even see half of the tank just one corner and I've had him a very long time. They are happy and healthy even the people who care for my tanks agree and suggested all of my fish.


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That animal is an easy 3 ft, unless your 200 is like 16" tall. Any pics that put it in better scale?
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