Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: sleepyville in eastern U.S.
A few questions for returning and long-time SAS users:
What would be your main reason for coming back/staying in the forum all these years?
I think procrastination and avoidance has a lot to do it with it. Sometimes it is easier to be goofy and escape for a while in places
like the JFF section when you get too many serious things going on at once in the rest of life.
What are some of the main interests about the site that you may have?
I have kind of moved from posting questions and seeking solutions from when I began here, to just using it as a place to read
or diffuse for short periods with people who I probably have more in common with but don't see as often outside of here.
What would be your concerns with the site as it is now?
Probably if it is just going to disappear unannounced off the face of earth at some point. I think I would miss seeing where people's lives where headed and hearing their success stories. It just doesn't seem like the site is a big priority for those who own it.
What would you like to change about the site?
I think people should feel safe and secure posting here, without having to worry about the various stability issues that the site seems to be experiencing and from being harassed/picked on by other users. It troubles me to hear about people not respecting other posters and their boundaries. I would think if someone has anxiety issues, then they should understand and empathize with other users. I'm all for expressing yourself but creating hostility against groups or individuals isn't something that should be acceptable.