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Discussion: Why delete a thread
|Dec. 22, 2012|
swing for the fences
|Why delete a thread|
Why delete a message from our senior community if they are selling a bat or anything else! FYI We have a fishing site that initially felt this way but soon changed their minds due to the complaints from members. At the end of the day we are a community and should share info with other seniors! IMO Your sponsors are not going to abandon you and you will have more goodwill towards us the players for letting us help each other! I think it's bad when some can peddle their goods and others get there post taken down.. NCSSA let's you sell your bats on a forum, I think SSUSA should do the same!
|Dec. 22, 2012|
|It's our policy that buy/sell/trade transactions are inappropriate on our Message Board. We simply prefer not to have a "Swap Meet" environment. Thank you for announcing another potential outlet for these type of activities on the NCSSA Board.|
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