Soooo - call me stupid - but what does it mean to HIGHJACK a forum topic?

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I am new to this kind of social networking. I have been accused of "highjacking" - wondering what it means. Should I comment or reply to the comments left on a post I make?

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We've been told more than once that we're worse than trying to herd cats! Focusing on one topic is kind of tough sometimes.

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Breakfast Diva wrote:

We've been told more than once that we're worse than trying to herd cats!

Speaking of cats, wasn't it awful about what happened in Ohio with the tigers and all.

(example of hijacking a topic)

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Ohhh...ok. Wel, I guess I'll try not to do that =)

Thanks Proud Texan! (I be one of them, too ~big as Texas grin!~)

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We all do it from time to time when a thought gets triggered during a reply.

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 It means someone changes the subject of the forum topic and the new topic becomes the focus of discussion.   

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