Emma (emmacrew) wrote in knitting,

Admin: in which I sound like your mom

Just a quick reminder, gang. It's OK to have disagreements, but try to keep it polite and non-personal. If the person you're disagreeing with says you've misunderstood their original intent, try to give them the benefit of the doubt. It's hard to get people's meaning through plain text sometimes. And remember, you can express that you're offended without becoming offensive in the process.

For the most part y'all are great. And I know I need to personally remind myself to not assume malice when carelessness is as simple an explanation ("Dude cut me off in traffic! That jerk! Oh wait, maybe he just didn't see me" is a conversation I have with myself quite often).
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