Why do people give advice dat may put someones life at risk? Is this done deliberatly or what?

Asked Nov 02, 2011
People's motives for doing things can only be explained by the person that did it. Maybe if you offered some examples you could get a better answer.
Answered Nov 02, 2011
ipoopglitter has given several of these kinds of answers ranging from stupid to potentially harmful.
you are absolutely right
jadon Nov 04, 2011
They must think it's funny. It's not. I agree it can be harmful and I wish they could be removed.
Answered Nov 02, 2011
i do feel the same way. atleast the are people who can see this.
jadon Nov 04, 2011
Rob answered in another question that those posts have been removed, so there are checks and balances in place. Jadon, I hope this is reassuring to you. :-)
Some people just don't have anything better to do, sad but true :-)
Answered Nov 04, 2011
you are right and they have to find better ways of spending their times
jadon Nov 04, 2011
I do it because I'm being honest. I don't know why people are so pissy about it. It's advice, you don't have to follow it.
Answered Jul 27, 2013
Putting someone's life at risk is not advice and calling people out that do it is not being pissy. You have answered 50 questions here and have a rep score of minus 14. To the credit of our many users at EHelp, they recognize B.S. when they read it. Maybe you should deal with your own problems before passing them to others as "advice."
admin Jul 27, 2013
their answer or their question, it doesn't mean you have to get angry about it. Of I say one thing, they should just accept it and move on. I seem to be the only person on this site that is actually honest. Everyone else just says what the person asking the question wants to hear. You know nothing of the problems I have, and none of them reflect on some of the answers that I give here.
Honestly, that's just because people are a** holes
Answered Jan 13, 2015

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