September 15th, 2005
|02:34 pm - Thank you!|
Thank you all for your interesting answers so far!
Today my question is about people on LJ. We all know we can set our entries so only people we friend can read them. We can friend anyone we like but we don't get to read their locked entries unless they friend us back. The FAQ says
What can I do if someone added me to their Friends list without my permission?
It is not a violation of the Terms of Service for another person to add you to their Friends list. It does not allow the user who has added you any special access to your journal; it only allows the user to read your public entries on their friends page rather than going to your journal directly. It does not allow the individual who has added you any access to your Friends-only entries.
Why do you think some people get so cross if you add them to your friends list?
|03:17 am - Affirmative action|
2 more questions
* Is affirmative action racist?
* Is it wrong to be racist?
|12:48 am - First Questions|
I would be very grateful if you would give me your opinions on these subjects.
2) Sex before marriage
3) Illegal drugs
September 14th, 2005
|11:29 pm - Welcome|
Hello everyone! If I have added you it is because you seem like an interesting person, and someone who often disagrees with the common herd. I often disagree with the common herd too.
I would like to get views and input from many different people on many different questions.
Please answer some of my surveys.