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  •  I don't think she has any problems, except that (3+ / 0-)
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    Sonnet, 88kathy, Sylv

    meta is a legitimate tag for this diary. Difference in definitions, and in this case, meta is a legitimate description for what you've done here. Don't let the people who tag callout diaries as meta erroneously give you a negative impression of the tag.

    If I've made things more confusing, sorry... btw, liked it a lot.

    At least half the future I've been expecting hasn't gotten here yet. Sigh.... (Yes, there's gender bias in my name; no, I wasn't thinking about it when I signed up. My apologies.)

    by serendipityisabitch on Sat Nov 23, 2013 at 08:31:17 PM PST

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    •  I know. It is a meta loop. (1+ / 0-)
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      ha ha. I have always liked meta and have never thought it was calling out. I thought meta was how to have a better discussion.

      I thought calling out was calling out.

      Oh well.

      Why is it easier to buy a gun than it is to register to vote in most states?

      by 88kathy on Sat Nov 23, 2013 at 09:39:14 PM PST

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      •  Well, if you like meta, my diary is not for you. (0+ / 0-)

        There are plenty of other meta diaries.  

        I thought calling out was calling out.
        You are correct.  Who did I call out?  You're looking for links and names?  Sorry, I won't comply with your interest in meta.  That wasn't the point of my diary and I'm very sorry you didn't understand that.  
        •  Nobody you called out NOBODY. (1+ / 0-)
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          You define meta as call out.




          define meta as CALL OUT.

          'For example, metadata are data about data'


          ' meta- clearly has the modern meaning of "an X about X".'

          CALL OUT

          1. To say in a loud voice; announce: called my name from across the street; calling out numbers.
          2. To demand or ask for the presence of: called the children to dinner; call the police.
          3. To demand or ask for a meeting of; convene or convoke: call the legislature into session.
          4. To order or request to undertake a particular activity or work; summon: She was called for jury duty. He was called to the priesthood.
          5. To give the command for; order: call a work stoppage.

          Why is it easier to buy a gun than it is to register to vote in most states?

          by 88kathy on Sun Nov 24, 2013 at 09:04:24 AM PST

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    •  No, it isn't. (0+ / 0-)
      meta is a legitimate tag for this diary
      And thank you for giving me an idea to just now including the tag:  Not Meta (although who knows what the current tag librarian will change it to)

      Meta is garbage, So and So said this or that.

      I'm suggesting a new approach to not write substantive comments in HRed threads.

      Am I fighting with anyone? No.  

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