Here you say you had to guess what it means:
But then you say you know what it is:As I am not a 14 year old I am only guess what "dissing" means from context.
I'm sorry, but those 2 statements seem to contradict each other, you either know, or you don't!the reason I referred to "14 year olds" is because " dissing" is teenage argot.
Nice appeal, but what for? Is studying sutthas not for ourselves, and don't we grow with each other?Let us address the CONTENT of other peoples posts. The points they are making. What they are communicating. lets not get bogged down with telling others HOW they should post. Lets trust the moderators to address any inappropriate posts.
Lets not turn this valuable resource into a social networking site , lets use it to deepen our knowledge of Buddhadhamma. And not attempt to influence the way other people communicate or learn.
Yes, but, this topic is NOT about mods, but about learning more about right speech (for)ourselves, and not about delegating responsibility to mods!Lets trust the moderators to address any inappropriate posts.
It's neither about criticising them, nor about flattering them!
Dear Sanghamitta, absolutely. Do feel free not to post in this one anymore, if it's not to your taste.if something is not to our taste , then read something else, not set ourselves up as class prefects.