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Jun 19, 2018 20:06:32   #
Dressy-casual? I don't know. I'm either dressy or casual. I live in my Skechers. They're the most comfortable sneakers for me. I don't need dressy for the office so they work there. Maybe clogs? They're comfortable for me too and not too dressy.
 
Jun 19, 2018 18:01:06   #
luv2quilt247 wrote:
My oversight was just that ~ an entirely unintentional oversight. Two KPers took it upon themselves to draw attention to me (& in doing so, shone a revealing light upon themselves as well) & "correct" my infraction of the rules. Would it have been more prudent and charitable to have sent a private message advising me of my mistake? I believe so. I have received several kind messages from the type of good people who (thankfully) still prevail on this Forum. I don't believe there should be a place on a Forum like this for pettiness & bickering, though I now see how easy it is for those who enjoy it, to become voluntarily entangled in something which never involved them in the 1st place.
My oversight was just that ~ an entirely unintenti... (show quote)


Your feelings got hurt because someone said you had to be a "regular" and I linked to the rules? Good grief. It's not "mean" to link to the rules. That's what they're there for. Read them.

And Hazel, we could all have done without the snark at the end of your post. This was a snark-free zone until you couldn't hold it back any longer.
Jun 19, 2018 10:25:11   #
misslucille40 wrote:
Actually, I have had requests to knit them for baby showers, so people do still want them.
Yours are well done and very pretty.


There are patterns out there that predate the first women's march so they were a "thing" well before that. And yes, for babies and kids. They are cute and very easy to make.
Jun 19, 2018 10:07:46   #
Hazel Blumberg - McKee wrote:
Thanks for posting this! I'm sure the poster had no idea what a "regular" was or that she had to be one to sell something. I made the same mistake when I first joined KP many years ago.

Honestly: please give people a break! Times are difficult enough as it is. How 'bout a little kindness and understanding?

Hazel


The break was given. All we did was point out the rules. If you don't want people linking the rules that appear within the sections, then please write to Admin and ask to have them removed. As long as we're not allowed to talk about them anymore, they don't even need to be there!
Jun 19, 2018 09:53:39   #
trish2222 wrote:
That's the funniest topic although I think it's unintentionally funny.


I see she changed the mistake Cindy pointed out but the other two will live on forever.
I don't know what she's so upset about. She must have over a hundred people on her ignore list.
Jun 18, 2018 22:40:04   #
luv2quilt247 wrote:
grandmann, a regular?


Read the rules for this section.
http://www.knittingparadise.com/t-4934-1.html
Yes, you do need to be a "regular".
 
Jun 18, 2018 22:19:00   #
grandmann wrote:
I'm on her Ignore List which is OK with me. So far I don't have anybody on my Ignore list.
I really missed KP the way it started as.


Using the ignore feature is a good thing. It helps to keep the riffraff out of sight. And I, too, miss the old KP. I even miss the Ostrich!
Jun 18, 2018 22:01:56   #
cindye6556 wrote:
Oh yes, the queen of emojis strikes again.

ETA: You should feel so honored, her BFF created a topic dedicated just to you. 😝

http://www.knittingparadise.com/t-549677-1.html


I thought she was talking about knittingthyme. She's the one with all the political posts in General Chit Chat. I don't see them when I click on Newest Topics because knittingthyme has been on my ignore list, like, forever. I hope the men in white coats come to get her soon. She's nutz.
Jun 18, 2018 21:46:50   #
That's how to do it! Happy KP'ing to you.
Jun 18, 2018 17:33:19   #
Igor'sJoy wrote:
Last week I posted a picture of my squishy mail, and I reacted to comments from folks who are not in favor of animal fibers. After thinking about my response, I owe an apology to these folks for my snarky remark. I failed to follow my own advice which is, "the best response is no response at all!" That being said, I extend a heartfelt apology. Have a blessed day!


I don't think you owe them an apology, they owe YOU one. I hope you put them on your ignore list.
Jun 18, 2018 17:07:00   #
JMBeals wrote:
Ditto for BrattyPatty.


If you don't want to see her topics in Newest Topics, don't subscribe to The Attic or the Progressive Women's Forum. That way you won't see them. Those are the only places she makes new threads.
 
Jun 18, 2018 17:01:22   #
SusieSch wrote:
Hi cah,

So, Craftygal58 is a guy? Or was that a typo when you referred to Crafty as a "he?" While, the gender of a KP writer should not matter to me, I must admit it kind of does. I can't justify it completely, but it does.


I really think he's a guy so I am referring to him as such. Just a hunch. I don't think the Craftygal58 account started out a guy. As was mentioned before, the account could have been hijacked.
Jun 18, 2018 12:36:03   #
asilyad wrote:
Knitters unite! UP With Needles! DOWN With Politics! UP With Needles! DOWN With Politics!.....


I don't think we have to go that far. People are entitled to their political opinions, just keep it to the designated areas. There are two political forums here created for just that purpose. Progressive Women's Forum and The Solarium. Not GCC or Main. They know darn well they don't belong in those sections but they don't give a hoot. They think they're "reaching the masses" by posting wherever they want. I've got news for them, they're not. Nobody reads that crap. It's why we're so annoyed when we accidentally open such a topic, and even more annoyed when we can't find the topics we want to read because we're inundated with their topics posted all over the joint.
Jun 18, 2018 12:20:52   #
Very pretty Aisles!!
Jun 18, 2018 12:20:06   #
It appears that KT no longer knits, nor is she interested in any of the hobbies she used to have. That points to depression. I'm beginning to wonder if her husband may have passed away or left her. She's on here all. day. long. so she must be alone. And Crafty? I don't think he ever knit or crocheted.
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