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Do We Have Prejudice Against Strangers? 我们对陌生人有偏见吗?    

By Jellyfish
3360 Views | 26 Comments | 11/6/2017 12:37:45 PM
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#2017-12-03 10:34:43 by sandy339 @sandy339

@QinQL I am fine thanks, it is always warm to see your words(y)



#2017-12-19 16:40:19 by IsabellaFly @IsabellaFly



Hi all,

Merry Chritmas! may both of you would have a prosperous new year in 2018.

I'm 2396julia, Chinese name Zhuzhu, the previous account was deleted 2 years ago, so me registered another new one, with new name: IsabellaFly.

So you could call me later through this new account.

And may baby QinQL would find soulmate soon, hehe.


#2018-04-01 23:28:52 by oldghost @oldghost


#2018-04-02 13:51:29 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

@oldghost - I want to suggest to you that need to address your comments to the persons you are responding to, including the blogger if you are addressing your comment to him or her.

By "addressing your comments to the person" I mean starting your comment exactly as I have this one, by writing @oldghost at the beginning (followed by a space). 

This achieves 2 things:

1. it tells the person being spoken to that it is indeed them who is meant to read, and perhaps respond to, the message; and

2. The use of @ in front of the person's username causes an email notice to be sent to that person telling them that a comment was made on this specific blog that was for their attention, and tells them to come and read it and respond to it. 

You should have received a similar message advising you of this comment I am making to you.

#2018-04-05 19:36:57 by oldghost @oldghost

Do we have prejudices against strangers? I think not! But it is natural to put them into the unknown - undetermined bin...

| Destested | Distrusted | Doubtful | Unknown | Positive | Trust | Blind Trust | 
and that's independent of gender or race - at least in my case.

(but why do the friends I trust never return the books they borrow!) :(



#2018-04-05 19:46:32 by oldghost @oldghost

@johnabbot then it would be useful to have an edit comment/post function to permit me to add the @ xxx 

Oh by the way, I had thought this 'blog' would permit bloggers to contribute but it seems not so - I was misled, but perhaps that's just my mistake.  If I want to contribute my experience, it appears I cannot?

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