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Discussion: M.I.A.

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Dec. 17, 2010
25 posts
I have'nt seen a couple of posters lately witch is'nt so bad but i have noticed a lot of new ones.And lately there has been alot of positive posts to some good questions
Dec. 17, 2010
Men's 70
737 posts
truhitter, You seem to hit the nail on the head. A pretty nice and quite board but it seems to be heating up on again. Stay tuned. Thanks Harry
Dec. 17, 2010
Men's 65
4549 posts
MIA, no, just in limbo.
Like I mentioned before, there is still a haze in the air on here.
Zebras don't change their stripes nor Dalmatians their spots.
They only change mates. That's why we have so many Jackasses around. lol
Happy Holidays guys.

Dec. 17, 2010
Men's 55
394 posts
There are two missing and they're not on vacation. Not a single thread that I've seen lately has taken a right or left or dropped off a cliff. Seems to me it would be difficult to manage any message board but so far this action seems to have been very effective. The "haze" may very well still be somewhere among us. The regulars seem to be bahaving very well and I too like the fact that many more are posting. One other trend I notice is there are not as many new threads popping up each day, and most of the threads reach considerable length. Mostly a good thing, I think. To take full advantage of the current trend we need to be unafraid and post more new topics and questions - starting now.
Dec. 18, 2010
Mr. Manassas
244 posts
It is very relaxing not dealing with all the bickering and lecturing.....
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