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10-04-2011 @ 2:37PM
I've had one person write pretty awful things about me on her Facebook. When I spoke with her about them (in person, not online), she said that she didn't name any names so I shouldn't have any problem. The fact of the matter is that, whether or not anybody else knows that these things are being said about me (but honestly, people are smarter than that), *I* know they're about me. I don't like negative things being said about me any more than the next person. Veil of anonymity or not, an insult is an insult and you can always expect the insulted to feel...insulted.
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