Data-driven decision-making is science and art.
- Mar 8, 2010
- Reaction score
- Canton, MA
I think the idea is that it feels weird to "like" a post informing you of someone's death, the way you would an announcement of a promotion or birth.It never fails to amaze me when looking at the comments on PFT how RIPs such as those to Haskins will yield dislikes. WTF would make someone dislike a respectful RIP?
Because if someone posts something that is significant and no one posts any reaction at all, it's easily misinterpreted as not GAF. Imagine you are a heavy social media user, and posting something really desperate and awful, and no one reacts at all...So, in that case why not just refrain from liking or disliking?
((((((((((Hugs)))))))))). So sorry to sad....I had just gotten a text from my son on this.
For me, this hurts even more as I lost 2 best friends getting hit by cars.
Say Hi to Charlie and Little John for me,