No one said it was your responsibility. I'm irritated at implication that they should be left there for all to see in order to teach someone a lesson. It has nothing to do with generosity or kindness. It is common decency to, you know, not cost someone their job or their place at university simply because it's a minor inconvenience for you. We all make mistakes and I don't think it's right that your members should be punished for minor transgressions.
Clydey I am not being dogmatic about this. I was just speaking from experence. I know
how much hassle it is to remove one person's posts, unless Mark has a sooper dooper site, it would mean deleting post by post.
And, if you dont mind me saying that was a bit of an own goal wasn't it?
. You may think you're anonymous, but you only have to state a few facts and wham, bam, people are going to realise who you are in real life. You've probably mentioned you post on a Murray board. ( if you haven't then you have my sincere apologies
Likewise I am not criticising you per se.
But looking at the increase in bosses checking out prospective applicants and judging them by their profiles on Facebook and Bebo etc, I think you have to be really careful with what you put in cyberspace. It may come back to haunt you.
Just an old fogie's opinion. Believe me if I'd posted or even given an account of my doings during Uni I would never have had a job!!
I am pretty free as I cant see the Government taking my pension away because I've been ranting on a message board, so GO Me!