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  • n. One who provides feedback.


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From feedback +‎ -er.


  • Below, is the original FMNN thread on this subject, along with feedbacker comments, both pro and con, and numerous updates seemingly showing that the issue is perhaps not so "cut and dried" as one might expect. - World News/Editorials and Analysis

  • An FMNN feedbacker has sent us, without comment, information that might give hint at the "non traditional" approach to taxpayer gathered, presidential-campaign matching funds that the Ron Paul (GOP-Tex) campaign is apparently considering and that FMNN recently reported on. - World News/Editorials and Analysis

  • So the major thing I learnt from a downsizing situation was that when the going gets tough, it is time to move into a lockable office with a big window and your own fire escape stairs, just in case the gun-toting 360 feedbacker is headed your way.


  • Well, once the first feedbacker leaves a negative, how much information is there, really, in the response feedback?

    Brad Ideas - Comments


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