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Veebyes

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Posted: 01/10/12 06:23pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Oh WOW! Cabin fever has set in & it is not even mid Jan yet.

YA, YA, YA, the same questions get asked over & over. Questions that can easily be answered with a bit of research sometimes. Poorly asked questions, broad questions that a definitive answer cannot be given. Complex questions that require an answer longer than the OP is prepared to read perhaps.

All kinds of questions. If there were no questions there would be no forum. So, if it is a repetive question that you don't want to deal with, simply scroll to the next one.


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I'd say: "Best answer them, and with the best possible one too,
lest they camp right next to you sometime, and then find out you were the bloke who gave them some pretty bad information".

Besides, they're gonna be out there all right, camping and such.
And I think it's best if they khow to do it right, or we'll be suffering right along side 'em when they make a big mistake.



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4runnerguy wrote:

I just wish people would read "Posting Suggestions from the Moderator" at the top of this forum. Maybe it should be "required reading" before making your first post!


Gosh, I did not realize being able to read was a requirement for joining the forum.





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mr300ce wrote:

I'd say: "Best answer them, and with the best possible one too,
lest they camp right next to you sometime, and then find out you were the bloke who gave them some pretty bad information".
You want to be careful about calling just anyone a bloke. Some don't take a cotton to it, and with others it okay. Kind of like telling someone to search.


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