I have begun to ask myself that question more and more here lately. I am interested in what the rest of you think. Do we take a minute to think about our response before we "help" someone? It seems there has been an influx of first time anonymous posters here asking for info regarding UPS policies, procedures, salary info, etc. Some recent posts have asked for salary info as well as ways to possibly fraudulently create a tracking number without shipping a package. A well intentioned member will usually rapidly post a response to most inquiries. Is this a good thing? I think sometimes these anonymous questions would be best left unanswered here. I see nothing wrong with a response directing them to UPS for their answers. A lot of their "questions" can be googled for answers and that makes me suspicious of their intentions by asking them here. There is no reason for a "new employee" to have to ask a driver salary question here. All of that information is given to them and available at their request from HR. So why do members here instantly post our annual salary info for them? I prefer my salary info to be as private as possible. And why give detailed shipping procedure information to someone here? They can have all of their questions answered by UPS. The Brown Cafe is a fantastic place for us to share ideas, stories, and other work related items. I mean we are all in this together. I think that we need to think before we post anything here. Especially when it is a response to a brand new member, who's first post is a question about something similar to those I mentioned above. I am not saying not to offer help, only to take a minute and think about it before you do. What do you think?