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  1. Thank you! If only everywhere is as cosy as here, too bad we don't have real cake.
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  2. There, there! You can always come here and bitch when you're feeling overwhelmed elsewhere. We promise to be gentle, at least every now and then.
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  3. Can't say whether it was there or not when you asked, but just happened to notice it today. It's been moved to the bottom of the stuff under your avatar. Custom ranks can currently be modified (and possibly added by those who are already Consulting Detectives) under "Retained" at the bottom of the profile-edit page. I still don't see a regular rank (e.g., Constable or Consulting Detective) anywhere under anyone's avatar, but it does show up on everyone's profile, both the drop-down version and the full page.
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  4. Sorry guys, I am way over my follow limit. But I am on there under my full, real name: Beverley Jean Smith(as I also am on Facebook)@Besleybean.
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  5. Twitter is a bit of chaos first you look at it. It takes time to get used to it after being in those well structured forums. You can look for certain people (I started with following Sherlock staff and some fans) or e.g. News agencies. Or artists you like. Musicians. Or look for "Trends" which shows what themes are discussed the most. Don't get scared by the rough tone sometimes. Don't hesitate to use that "Block"-button, even preventively. Your experience is very much dependent of what you choose to look at and what to ignore. After Twitter gets to know you better you will get content that might interest you (well, most of the time) You can start with following me. BTW, there is a translation function that works quite well with european languages (and can be a great source of amusement if it comes to e.g. Korean or Arabic.)
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  6. It's still there. I would post a link, but I seem to be missing most of my editor buttons right now (which is at least better than missing most of my marbles, I hope). I suspect you searched on the entire title (as you remembered it), and it's actually "Sherlock's" rather than "Sherlock." Fortunately I searched on just "Fun Facts" and it came right up. It's in the BBC Sherlock General Discussion area, currently toward the bottom of the first page. Like I said, most of my own "missing" items are due to slightly faulty memory. Welcome to the club!
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  7. I both click on suggested interests and search for people directly. You also get suggestions of who to follow.
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  8. I have no idea, VBS. There have been times when I couldn't find something that I remembered seeing (or even remembered posting) here, but several times I found it later and realized I had misremembered a key word -- so I tend to blame all my "missing" items on faulty memory -- though now you've got me wondering if that's always been the case. If it's any help, I remember that thread of yours, and will see if I can find it.
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  9. It is a plot of a fiction that never seems this close to reality, but it is. This is more than Bystander Effect. I can't imagine being there, I'd be scared but hopefully, I think, I would do something. Maybe not something easy and smart like calling for help, but stupidly trying to fight the guy or stab him with a pen or something. I can't imagine the heartbreak of the victim. Spoiler box is the fiction and episode.
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  10. I meant, I imagine that social media must be very natural for extroverts. I suppose for some people, it's easier to put themselves out there and interacting with everyone? This is very possible. At the very least, I don't think I'm as comfortable around you guys in real life. I might hide in the corner and you have to poke me with a stick to get my response in conversation, after you promise to give me giant paper bag to cover my head and big cake of course. Haiz, I actually not sure what I am trying to say. It's likely that I just get frustrated sometimes that we can't really survive without all those. Everything needs a market, you need to exist. Unless you already make it in life, we need to get out there.
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