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crissycrankscars
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Date Posted:06/26/2004 8:47 PMCopy HTML

We have had a few complaints about people who tend to "jump" on posts.If you feel yourself replying to Crissy or anyone else's post EVERY TIME THEY POST then you should keep in mind a little consideration for others on the board.If your posts are just "Yeah!" or "You tell 'em" or any other short jab, while there is nothing wrong with this, it tends to get to people if it is done over and over again, and allways on the same messages. It would be better to send a private message to that person.Lastly, if you find yourself all over the board then that is fine, we like that. If you find yourself all over the board, every day, jumping on the same person's post, then you maybe should take some time and think about posting less.The complaints have not been anything to worry about, but then again, we all need to give everyone the room to express themselves.
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Re:Posting Etiquette

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We have had a few complaints about people who tend to "jump" on posts.If you feel yourself replying to Crissy or anyone else's post EVERY TIME THEY POST then you should keep in mind a little consideration for others on the board.If your posts are just "Yeah!" or "You tell 'em" or any other short jab, while there is nothing wrong with this, it tends to get to people if it is done over and over again, and allways on the same messages. It would be better to send a private message to that person.Lastly, if you find yourself all over the board then that is fine, we like that. If you find yourself all over the board, every day, jumping on the same person's post, then you maybe should take some time and think about posting less.The complaints have not been anything to worry about, but then again, we all need to give everyone the





you mean like this LOL (I couldn't resist)
A jumper cable walks into a bar. The bartender says, "I"ll serve you,
but don"t start anything."
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Re:Posting Etiquette

Date Posted:06/27/2004 11:44 AMCopy HTML

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We have had a few complaints about people who tend to "jump" on posts.If you feel yourself replying to Crissy or anyone else's post EVERY TIME THEY POST then you should keep in mind a little consideration for others on the board.If your posts are just "Yeah!" or "You tell 'em" or any other short jab, while there is nothing wrong with this, it tends to get to people if it is done over and over again, and allways on the same messages. It would be better to send a private message to that person.Lastly, if you find yourself all over the board then that is fine, we like that. If you find yourself all over the board, every day, jumping on the same person's post, then you maybe should take some time and think about posting less.The complaints have not been anything to worry about, but then again, we all need to give everyone the

so in other words,,,,,,

 irrelevant, rhetorical, monolinguistic repartee should be vacated expeditiously and forthwith, irreguardless of substanciality and coherent conjunctiality with the relevant topic of communal discussion.

I think thet covers it

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