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yankee camper

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In the few short months I've been a member of this forum I have found a wealth of knowledge here,and have also tried to share what limited knowledge I may have to others who like me are new at the RV game. From my posts and reading others there are some members out there who Just have to be right and know more than the next guy.Maybe they do but if my house is on fire and I say it is there are some that just have to say "No it's not it's just smoldering..." Come on people get over yourselves and try to be helpful and civil without being condescending.Just my rant.

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Posted: 07/10/12 07:38pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

People that think they know it all, irritate people like me that do.

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You said it good...there are lots of "cocky people" on here who have chips on their shoulders. Gotta have a smart remark. They think they are funny, but they are not....


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Well, obviously, you don't like being wrong

Only kidding.....with a forum this size, with the number of people and all those opinions, you need to have a thick skin, or at least be able to just accept that some folks are going to disagree, or be contrary to others. As long as they are civil, and express their opinions, as their opinions, I really don't have a problem.
If, however, they are mean spirited, then you have the right to contact the Moderator, and let them know. There really is no place for that on this, or any forum.....with exception of the Mean Spirited Forum (MeanSpirit.net)

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duly noted

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Posted: 07/10/12 07:50pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How many registered usernames are there on this forum?

I'm sure there's no easy way to tell how many unique and active there. But I'm curious about how many are registered.


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PapPappy I'm wrong about something everyday of my life X10 and I'm OK with that ,the old saying is that you learn more from your failures than you do from your successes. And my skin is thicker than a rhino's hide but don't try to make people look stupid by twisting words and throwing some techno babble around.That's all.

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Something like: "I could agree with you but then we would both be wrong" ??? lol!!


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There are a few morons, a few idiots, a few know-it-alls, but the rest of us are pretty cool.


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Some people just thrive on conflict and argument - it is a game for them. The rest of us can just roll our eyes and ignore them, else we wallow in the muck with them.




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