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I would like to edit or remove my history. Called Netflix but said that they don't do this. I would like to be able to watch what ever I want without others coming on my computer and seeing what I have been doing.

I don't care if they keep an internal record, just as long as I don't have a record when I open my account.

Dale

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Can't stick to the issue can you? Is it because it's indefensible? (I thought so.)

"Why does Netflix need to display recently viewed movies and why shouldn't you be able to hide that display if you want to?"

Want to take a stab at it or do you just want to be a smart-ass? (I'm sorry, I meant dumbass.)

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"Hello SPCA -- I'd like to report a rape."
We need your prayers.

PSYCHE! I don't believe in magic fairies.

Now, could you address the issue?

I don't have an issue...you have an issue.
Then why did you offer your prayers in the first place, Elvis?

Split personality?

Or are you just confused.

Admitting you need help is the first step...
"From a programming stance it would be simple to do.
Let me guess, you've been a web programmer for 15 years. I've been one for 25 years, and I say it's hard."

You're kidding right?

Remind me to find somebody else if I need simple web page editing.
You should realize, if your mental age is over 12, that all you're accomplishing with your name-calling and insults is to make yourself look like a giant asshole. Go away.
"...is to make yourself look like a giant asshole."

When in Rome...

Any idea why Netflix shouldn't allow you to hide the just to hide the viewed list if you want to?

(You know, trying to stick to the original question here.)
When in Rome...

So you admit you're being a giant asshole! You're not worth any more of my, or really anyone's, time. Go away and find some like-minded assholes to talk to.
Still avoiding the issue, aren't you, Lester?

We already know we're all giant assholes.

Why not take a stab at explaining Netflix's asinine policy?

"Why does Netflix need to display recently viewed movies and why shouldn't you be able to hide that display if you want to?"

Think you can answer that for us, or does being a giant asshole get in the way of simple explanations?
Go away and find some like-minded assholes to talk to.

I see what you did there, Lester.

And it hurts me shriveled soul...sniff
Not near as much as it hurts for you to look in the mirror, Elvis.
I see what you did there, Lester.

That wasn't about you, buddy. You gotta lay off the drugs, at least somewhat. :)
What a bunch of idiots.

Honestly, is this how you normally introduce yourself to strangers??

Paging Dale Carnegie

And the people here, who defend that policy, are like a bunch of idiot sheep who can't think for themselves.

Don't mistake "defend" and "don't care".

Just stop breeding...the world is overpopulated as it is. The rest of your rant doesn't suggest you have any valuable genetics that would be missed anyhow

You breeders always sound so stressed...try some porno while the kid is at soccer practice next time.

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