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(This post was last modified: 10-15-2019, 05:32 AM by Tbone.)
(10-03-2019, 01:34 AM)BPman Wrote: Seriously, it is always best to be honest and let the chips fall where they may. Naturally, one should word such as their subjective opinion. The bigger issue is the conundrum regarding bad reviews re products that just happen to be sponsors/advertisers on that very forum. One wet shaving forum is infamous for banning people for that very reason.
Two forums, actually. The problem is that they are really advertising venues in forum's clothing. Since their focus is on driving profits, they censor anything that would annoy their paying advertisers. BTW - I have seen PM screenshots from one of those forums posted by multiple users. Rude, profane and abusive don't even begin to describe them. Posting negative reviews in those places is like trying to shear a wolf disguised as a sheep. The results are predictable, and are a situation are best avoided.

(10-09-2019, 08:30 PM)Lipripper660 Wrote: I really was thinking about our hobby-centric vendors but MAN don't get me started on restaurants. Restaurants in general leave me flat and I agree, the ones I really enjoy are usually ONE location with ONE chef controlling the output. So ther are times when a bad review are helpful I suppose.
Suppose you are walking down the street in a city you don't know very well. You see a restaurant called Wing Wah that looks pretty good. You check on your smartphone, but there aren't any reviews for the restaurant. You roll the dice anyway, and it turns out to be terrible. That is why it is important to post both positive and negative reviews.

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