This post is basically 'you're not doing it correctly, do it my way
posted by Argyle to Etiquette/Policy at 9:04 PM (250 comments total)
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The post is designed to inflame people's feelings at a time when many are celebrating the holiday. It is not written to educate. It is designed to push a personal, specific, religious point of view on how to celebrate Passover.
Are FPPs by individuals on their views on proper Christmas tree decoration, Thanksgiving prayers, and wedding vows now worthy of the front page?
I'm not terribly religious, but the post is poorly timed, set to cause conflict, and nothing close to 'the best of the web'. I'm not offended, but I do feel posting it this weekend is in poor taste any way you slice it.
Assuming best intentions, I don't think dmd is trolling and is earnestly passionate about this. But, IMHO, 'you're not doing it correctly' posts don't belong on the front page.