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    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
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In the last several minutes, I've read 3 snarky replies to travel questions. (Yes, one was in response to something I had said). Two were to/from others --doesn't matter who. My question is, why do responders on Fodors feel the need to put down OPs who come here asking for travel advice? Or make snide remarks about another fodorite who has posted an opinion? I think a good New Year's resolution for all of us would be to be civil in our responses and not try to be "cute" or "smarter" than everyone else. This shouldn't be a "who's best" forum.

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