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    Default forum etiquette? - No Comment

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...v=JmvCpR45LKA#!

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    Cool video but really hard to read as they put the words up lol. I think we could have a similar thing just much more polite and nicer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conlan Rose View Post
    Cool video but really hard to read as they put the words up lol. I think we could have a similar thing just much more polite and nicer.
    You think? I think someone over there as a bug stuck up...... well..... this is a family site....

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    I agree they are most definitely the kind of person who I hate dealing with. But on the positive I know when I first joined I would've loved to have a quick video on how the site works and the basic whats what and now after almost a year of watching others not knowing were to post stuff to get the right answer I think it would be very beneficial to new members and welcoming much like the intro forum is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conlan Rose View Post
    I agree they are most definitely the kind of person who I hate dealing with. But on the positive I know when I first joined I would've loved to have a quick video on how the site works and the basic whats what and now after almost a year of watching others not knowing were to post stuff to get the right answer I think it would be very beneficial to new members and welcoming much like the intro forum is.
    but if you help the knoobs post in the correct locations then i wont have anything to hunt for and no1 to yell at. you cant do that to me. i need my knoobs posting in the wrong places. oh wait, thats 11years from now after my kid moves out and the house is empty so ill have nothing better to do. carry on

    btw mr rose, i love the reverse spot light. i think im going to take after your idea.
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    yea i think that this site should have something similar to that just not as hard. and a lil slower and to show where everything would be at and how to use everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudpuppy View Post
    but if you help the knoobs post in the correct locations then i wont have anything to hunt for and no1 to yell at. you cant do that to me. i need my knoobs posting in the wrong places. oh wait, thats 11years from now after my kid moves out and the house is empty so ill have nothing better to do. carry on

    btw mr rose, i love the reverse spot light. i think im going to take after your idea.
    PM me about the light I'll send you the link for the one I used because its a great price. Also I'll send the link for how to set it up its here on the forum just don't remember where.... might be in lighting discussion.

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    A. Though the video was funny but ignorant at the same time, this is why I like this club so much. We are friendly and respectful.

    B. I’m sure 80% of the questions asked are already here and can be found by the search option but things go out of date or/and new ways are found, not only that where does the socializing come in then. We would lose a lot of new posts. It would become boring and people would start dropping like flies.

    C. I guess a video on, “how to do” might help a little. I don’t mind pointing people in the right direction. Most people after looking around for a while can figure it out. If someone just comes on posts a question and leave with not looking around. They might miss a lot of the cool thing we do here: get together, giveaways, and so on. If someone takes some time and looks around to learn will probably be more active here and not just for the give a ways.
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    Dealing with that dude on a forum would suck. Definitely like this forum because of the type members.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curky View Post
    A. Though the video was funny but ignorant at the same time, this is why I like this club so much. We are friendly and respectful.

    B. Im sure 80% of the questions asked are already here and can be found by the search option but things go out of date or/and new ways are found, not only that where does the socializing come in then. We would lose a lot of new posts. It would become boring and people would start dropping like flies. True

    C. I guess a video on, how to do might help a little. I dont mind pointing people in the right direction. Most people after looking around for a while can figure it out. If someone just comes on posts a question and leave with not looking around. They might miss a lot of the cool thing we do here: get together, giveaways, and so on. If someone takes some time and looks around to learn will probably be more active here and not just for the give a ways.
    Exactly right

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