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The One Ring Forums: Tolkien Topics: Movie Discussion: The Hobbit: Compensation: Edit Log


Aug 1 2013, 5:39am

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Rhetorical question: Is agreeing with, repeating or paraphrasing other criticism congruent with "TORnetiquette?" Probably it is. It's just being agreeable to something with which others may disagree, and the point of view on this very much depends upon your bias. What if my motive is to provide a better, informed balance of opinion in a thread? What if I advocate for the minority regardless of my own opinion? I really don't think there's a basis to fairly judge compensation so long as it is not ad hominem.

(This post was edited by JWPlatt on Aug 1 2013, 5:42am)

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