There was a question today under which I left a comment that was not right in the sense that what was implied by that comment would not settle the question at all, but it had to do something with the question.
I was too quick in the interpretation of the question and gave a misleading and wrong comment and that surely is my fault.
But then, I received a comment from some user (I know which one but will not give her/his name) that started with:
"You are so full of shit..."
I would like to say that I can stand when someone tells me that I am wrong and it is nice when she/he is also able to prove that, and sometimes when talking to people here I am maybe sharper than usual and full of criticism but, I am trying to do all in the spirit of politeness and constructiveness, and, so far, I did not say to anyone here that she/he is "full of shit", or "an idiot", or even "a fool", or something much much worser than this mentioned.
Because, one of the reasons for that is that all or almost all people here are unknown to me in "real-life" and are not my "real-life friends" so it is obvious that there is a need to be careful on how to talk with every one of you, because here there are so much different personalities and it is an art to know how to respond to everyone the way she/he wants.
So my question would be:
To where the comments and all that is written here can furthest go? And what to do when comments like the one given to me are received, and then deleted?