ibexscribe wrote:Found myself strongly let to set someone straight in a review of something other folks visiting the website apparently found very helpful. Reviewer had maybe 2 valid points in a review otherwise full of false assumptions. This person is on the internet and this person is WRONG! People are finding this wrongness helpful! Must... set... the... internet... straight!
I completely understand. Are you a Bex? I'm a Bek.
Anyway, I recently had someone not only mark an Amazon review not helpful but then they had to comment AND (drumroll please) their comment was wrong! I checked the review guidelines and the thing they said they didn't want to read was the first suggestion on writing a good review from the gods of the Amazon! I'm trying to be mindful, but really I just want to smack that link down and press send.
Yup. That's me. Pretty easy going except about people spreading their wrongness like a nasty, pustulant pox.