Here you are now. What?

the trouble with non-anonymous posting is that...

when you *really* want to say something you fear others will reject you for, it still has to be done anonymously.

this means that the other posters dont get as complete a coverage of the views of the regular non-anonymous posters as they do of the views of the regular anonymous posters.

its a real shame.
Permalink Jesus H Christ 
January 21st, 2006
Agreed.
Permalink Almost H. Anonymous 
January 21st, 2006
So, you're saying the anonymous posters have more freedom to be themselves?
Permalink MarkTAW 
January 21st, 2006
They have more freedom to get out of themselves.
Permalink Erik Springelkamp 
January 21st, 2006
both.

everytime the non-anonymous wants to post something that they believe is going to be unpopular, or considerred negatively in some fashion by everyone else they tend to do it anonymously.
how unpopular it has to be to make them do it depends of course on the regular poster.


which means that as a regular watching the non-anonymous regulars I actually get less of an idea of their true characters overtime than I do of the characters of other non-anonymous people.
Permalink Jesus H Christ 
January 21st, 2006
"than I do of the characters of other non-anonymous people."

should be:

"than I do of the characters of other regular anonymous people."
Permalink Jesus H Christ 
January 21st, 2006
Oops, you found an error!