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Cross Forum posts
Dreamweaver - 8-12-2007 at 15:07

Can we try and keep posts in the relative forums?

Trivia... jokes, quizzes a-z etc
General chat-- day to day stuff.
Discussion-- Politics/heavier discussions.
RSE.. Religion etc

Need I go on?

That way you will have an "an idea " of the topic you are about to read.
It will also make our (The MODS) life a little easier :P


LSemmens - 9-12-2007 at 08:01

As a person who is unlikely to ever meet many of you, I'll even be the ogre, and move threads in the wrong place. So.. if you can't find your thread, it may have been me! That way, the mods who you are more likely to meet, you can still be friends with!


victor - 9-12-2007 at 23:13

I do not know how others view the forum but I go to Todays Posts and make comment or add my two penuth from there.
If I feel inclined to start a new thread I try to pick the relevant (or even relative ;) )forum, but if I do get it wrong you are welcome to move them any time I assure you I will not be offended in the least. :)


Daz - 10-12-2007 at 02:55

Quote:
Originally posted by victor
I do not know how others view the forum but I go to Todays Posts and make comment or add my two penuth from there.


Yep, same here... I rarely go to the individual sections... (Far too lazy for that....!) smokin:


the bear - 10-12-2007 at 03:04

Quote:
Originally posted by LSemmens
As a person who is unlikely to ever meet many of you, I'll even be the ogre, and move threads in the wrong place. So.. if you can't find your thread, it may have been me! That way, the mods who you are more likely to meet, you can still be friends with!



I know where you live, but you can ogre away on my behalf no probs


Very best regards, the Bear


scholar - 10-12-2007 at 03:07

A "cross" forum post sounds like a post written when one is irritated or angry. greengrin


Daz - 10-12-2007 at 10:43

Quote:
Originally posted by LSemmens
As a person who is unlikely to ever meet many of you, I'll even be the ogre, and move threads in the wrong place. So.. if you can't find your thread, it may have been me! That way, the mods who you are more likely to meet, you can still be friends with!


It's hardly a big deal if a thread gets moved... Or really shouldn't be...

If the poster takes exception to Mods doing their jobs than there isn't much you can do about that either, is there really...

Be friends with any of you Mod lot.... Pah! Who you trying to kid....! ;)


LSemmens - 10-12-2007 at 13:09

Awwww, c'mon Daz, let me have my delusions.


Dreamweaver - 11-12-2007 at 21:58

bump.


janet - 11-12-2007 at 22:01

Quote:
Originally posted by Daz
Quote:
Originally posted by LSemmens
As a person who is unlikely to ever meet many of you, I'll even be the ogre, and move threads in the wrong place. So.. if you can't find your thread, it may have been me! That way, the mods who you are more likely to meet, you can still be friends with!


It's hardly a big deal if a thread gets moved... Or really shouldn't be...

If the poster takes exception to Mods doing their jobs than there isn't much you can do about that either, is there really...



Agreed - I rarely notice what forum a thread is in, unless I'm starting a thread and have to figure out where to place it!


John Barnes - 12-12-2007 at 11:10

Quote:
Originally posted by victor
I do not know how others view the forum but I go to Todays Posts and make comment or add my two penuth from there.
If I feel inclined to start a new thread I try to pick the relevant (or even relative ;) )forum, but if I do get it wrong you are welcome to move them any time I assure you I will not be offended in the least. :)




Same as i do victor .jmb