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Posted: 03/03/12 10:23am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I quit too to go to a few other forums to find much lower IQ's (generally) but
the killer was that the 'best' advisers were among the lowest...

Checked back to find lots and lots of PMs, answered them via PMs and then someone
suggested the blocking function, which I did NOT know of. There is a
limit on how many you can list (ask how I know that), but find a way
to manage that. Save the listing to a file, the clear all from the
portal. Then rebuild them as they cause me headaches

Wonderful and the only times I see their posts is when they are quoted by someone
else.

We all have our opinions, weaknesses and strengths...it is how it is received
that matters and for me, not as much from the 'herd', but from the ones who
truly appreciate (small % of them out there).

Have turned lots of folks to this portal and find most don't post, but PM

So, generally, I do NOT respond on posts to an individual much anymore, but to
those lurkers or just reading to learn the HOW2's

Good luck where ever you go or decide to do


-Ben Picture of my rig
1996 GMC SLT Suburban 3/4 ton K3500/7.4L/4:1/+150Kmiles orig owner...
1980 Chevy Silverado C10/long bed/"BUILT" 5.7L/3:73/1 ton helper springs/+329Kmiles, bought it from dad...
1998 Mazda B2500 (1/2 ton) pickup, 2nd owner...
Praise Dyno Brake equiped and all have "nose bleed" braking!
Previous trucks/offroaders: 40's Jeep restored in mid 60's / 69 DuneBuggy (approx +1K lb: VW pan/200hpCorvair: eng, cam, dual carb'w velocity stacks'n 18" runners, 4spd transaxle) made myself from ground up / 1970 Toyota FJ40 / 1973 K5 Blazer (2dr Tahoe, 1 ton axles front/rear, +255K miles when sold it)...
Sold the boat (looking for another): Trophy with twin 150's...
51 cylinders in household, what's yours?...

goducks10

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Posted: 03/03/12 10:31am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What this forum needs IMHO is a place to go where posters can talk about most anything but still have language rules. I used to belong to a Goldwing site and they had a section on it for just that. Kept the rest of the site civil. Never did see anything derogatory comments. They were all in the other section.

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