Added: Paola Leonhardt - Date: 14.09.2021 20:34 - Views: 22487 - Clicks: 5472
I used this Buenos Aires forum in connection with a recent trip there. I found it somewhat helpful and in turn I have reported back on some aspects of my visit. In the process of visiting this forum I am taken aback at how it is dominated by a handful of people who engage in endless off topic chat among themselves, some of it pretty acrimonious. Personally I find it annoying and I am surprised that TA allows it. Doesn't TA's rule 4 prohibit this kind of conduct? Does no one else share my opinion that these regulars detract rather than add to this forum by going on ad nauseum with exchanges that have nothing to do with the topic of the thread?
Some of these folks seem downright obsessive. Do you regulars who chat on incessantly among yourselves really think it is entertaining or useful to others or that it makes the site more appealing. I submit that the chat of these regulars makes the BA forum less appealing. TA recently suggested that there should be a "chat " sticky for this forum and I wholeheartedly support that approach. I suggest you not spend 2 hours again reading the "off topic" thread - that way you won't have much to complain about. Tripadvisor staff removed this post either because the author requested it, or because it did not meet Tripadvisor's forum guidelines.
We remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines, and we reserve the right to remove any post for any reason. My dad once told me "if you kick others chairs" where others enjoy standing you will win enemys" Boy, you are one cranky customer. If the stuff on the BA forum is so bloody offensive to you, don't read it. I am certain there are many like you who believe we are here for your reading and research convenience I am an inexperienced cook.
Once upon a time I mistakenly added a Tablespoon of a spice whose name I don't recall in English much less Spanish when I should have added a teaspoon. The result was disasterous. My kids still remind me of this incident and the inedible spicy dish I tried to serve them, even though this incident took place over twenty years ago.
The point of this little story is that a little chat enriches this board, but too much may spoil the broth. The asides offered by the locals and regulars on this board provide witty and profund insights into the culture and customs of the amazing country that is Argentina. Provided these comments remain asides, would-be visitors benefit in ways they could never hope to benefit from more straightforward travel advice boards. Well, someone had to come forward to complain after TA made such a big stance about people complaining Now that he's stepped forward to complain, I suggest TA spend some more time looking into why he's spending his time on the Rio board helping his "partner" rent apartments.
It must be nice to be a LE and have TA's rubber stamp of approval for your business endeavors on the board. I feel that everyone is entitled to their opinion, whether I share it or not. I have found it frustrating to see posts or thre disappear without ever seeing any complaints aired on the board so I invite anyone else who shares darmanad's views to also cast their vote without fear of reprisals.
Once all the votes are in people can decide for themselves if this is a forum where their contributions are appreciated banter and all or whether it's best to abstain in the future. Browse all 19, Buenos Aires topics ». Give us a break from the ad nauseum chat. Watch this Topic. Browse forums All Browse by destination. Buenos Aires forums. All forums. Level Contributor. Report inappropriate content.
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