Here's a few ideas that I do - if people don't want to reply to an "anon" then don't. If you have a problem that it is from an "anon" just don't respond. No one says you have to reply to an "anon".
If a person is bothered with a particular post or the original poster than don't reply. It is better not to leave a comment than a negative one.
Instead of "telling" a poster that they were just reported - just do it, we don't need to explain why or who reported it they should know the rules they joined didn't they? Who cares who reported it just as long as it is for the reasons stated by WebMD.
WebMD doesn't remove posts whenever they feel like it - it is when they feel it doesn't abide by their rules. Many times I felt like something should have been deleted but it wasn't so there must have been no rules broken.
I have been just leaving posts alone if I don't have nothing appropriate to say.View Thread
I have been in the hospital for 16 days and got home last night and today got some sad news about Michelle.
Michelle was a dear friend to many of us here on the diabetes board, she fought hard and long to keep her diabetes in control while battling breast cancer. Though the news might be late - prayers are always needed and never late.
Michelle has passed away on Nov. 3rd ending her struggle with cancer, I am sure her family will not mind me asking for prays on her behalf. I do not have any more info at this time.