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Dec. 12, 2010
birdie
Men's 60
680 posts
hey staff
Staff, I believe that you all should just eliminate the individual post and not the entire thread.I know it maybe a lot easier to just delete the entire post but I put some time an effort in the last post started by truhitter. it seems to me that it is a shame that everyone has to be punished!!!! Thanks Harry
Dec. 12, 2010
einstein
Men's 50
3114 posts
I agree, Harry.
Or posters who offend should be
suspended or revoked.
There's a lot of work involved
with monitoring and judging
who's who but I think that's the best
way to handle it.
Dec. 12, 2010
gary c
411 posts
Great idea that way we won't be called names if we don't agree with you Joey
Dec. 12, 2010
Pitcherman
Men's 50
40 posts
I agree with both Harry and Joe. It would be much more fair if only individual posts were eliminated as people do put a lot of time and sometimes research into their posts. In addition, I do not understand why threads are continuously deleted and no action is taken against the party that caused the deletion. We assume they were deleted due to the poster breaking the rules of the board, so why is the poster not penalized for their actions?
Dec. 12, 2010
mad dog
Men's 60
3929 posts
birdie yes we shouldn't reward the malingerer,who likes to call names and get honest to goodness threads deleted with his name calling and way off the topic stuff,i agree with you that joey boy needs to go,he has been using his bully pulpit for to long now,for nothing but bashing anything and everything.
Dec. 12, 2010
birdie
Men's 60
680 posts
mad dog, Just the post not the poster. I do believe everyone has the right to express themselves. There are some that do it better than others. I just would like to continue the discussion. I have met a number of people through this board and would like to continue to. I met Joe and found him to be a very nice person as I would you if and when I meet you. Thanks Harry
Dec. 12, 2010
DoubleL10
Men's 65
811 posts
Harry, Trust me, you don't want to meet mad dog! (JK!) I know Bob and he is a fine gentleman who is not shy about offerig his opinion!
Dec. 12, 2010
taits
Men's 65
4344 posts
I had a post removed about this on this thread right after you started it. Go figure.
Dec. 12, 2010
mad dog
Men's 60
3929 posts
what u talking bout larry...LOL.....
Dec. 13, 2010
birdie
Men's 60
680 posts
mad dog, I have got to met you, now that Larry has put in the good word for you. Thanks Harry
Dec. 13, 2010
mad dog
Men's 60
3929 posts
hey birdie,what you trying to say..LOL....

hope to see ya at TOC even tho we'll be playing AA,i'll find ya.
Dec. 13, 2010
birdie
Men's 60
680 posts
mad dog, That sounds like a plan. Harry
Dec. 13, 2010
Lefty
Men's 65
469 posts
mad dog which team are you playing with at the toc. Larry and the boys I play with should have a good time playing each other. Great bunch of guys. Love Texas sense I'm Cajun. Lived in the Beaumont area for years. So I have a little of Texas in me.
Joe Lefty Falcon
Dec. 13, 2010
mad dog
Men's 60
3929 posts
i'll be playing with the dallas spurs 60 AA.i played against you with the texas legends(55-AAA) in 08 in dalton,we stunk it up for elim round.

gonna look to get there early and participate in some of the festivity's.
Dec. 13, 2010
DoubleL10
Men's 65
811 posts
Joe, I'm sure one of the reasons you enjoy playing our team is we have a couple of Cajuns on the team! Probably sounds like old home week when Goose and Des are talking to you guys!
Dec. 13, 2010
Airbosn
Men's 65
321 posts
Lefty, I will see you there if all of the Florida Thunder can make it. If not, see ya in Montgomery.
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