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I'm good friends with several Serious Southern Baptists, and we have almost nothing in common aside from being major geeks. We have good discussions about pop culture and politics, and we stay respectful all the way through. Differences in beliefs shouldn't keep two people from being friends and having good discussions.
I was wrong about mute. I just used it on someone who's awful at posting and actively degraded my Hubski experience.
This is a great idea, though the language probably needs something more. It seems like most people mute users who are oblivious and bullheaded.
I've seen some conflict over the number. All of them are advocates (I think), but not necessarily researchers.
This is both the most thorough and concise piece I've read on the history of the conflict.
I understand completely. I went and cleared out my mute list once I realized how it worked.
| Edit, also I'm not sure what you mean when you say "no one will see it." '
My understanding is it also keeps other people from seeing it, not just the person who muted. Uncle Ben would not approve.