@eesger, the need will never be there until it’s too late. One can argue that statistically you don’t need a seat belt. The issue isn’t the need, the issue is the consequences.
The world is a weird place, full of people with psychological problems. It’s only a matter of time before it happens. And whomever it happens to, life will be hell.
I don’t mean to imply y’ll are bad or wrong for not having the feature. I can only understand what y’ll are up against when it comes to resource constraints vs priorities, etc. I only mean to try to be that pesky reminder that you’re looking at the situation wrong if you think it’s about the probability. It’s about the consequences, not the (mis)percieved likelihood.
This is an example of how crazy things can get. Mary Lucia’s life was made a living hell. It’s something to keep in mind. I’d love to be able to have a few dozen other users contributions all mixed and matched with mine and appearing as some random fake account. Much more importantly, someone out in the community’s going to need it for more scary reasons.
She said that the stalking began when a listener, Kelly, sent an email saying his dog had died. When she sent him an email expressing her sympathies, he continued to write back and soon she was greeted with various packages at her work, including five pounds of raw meat, a photo of a masked man and some children’s toys.
“I would dread going to work to see what horror had been dropped off,” she said.