<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I haven't checked "who's online" in awhile...<p><hr></blockquote><p>Anyone care to enlighten me to the purpose of the "who's online" feature? I never could give a rat's patooty "who's online", only what is posted!<br><br>Lurkers are jerkers! <br><br>[color:red]Alec</font color=red>
Most of the lurkers don't have anything in their profile but every once in a while I run across something interesting. Some folks are just plain too shy to post. I know since I used to be one of those people less than a year ago.<br><br><br><br>
call me any name you like .. I will still only post when there is some relevance. I see no point in opening my mouth when nothing needs to be said. I have been here since the first week. I post when I feel like it.<br><br>So many times I have linked to the last seven days scrolled through checked a few and thought ,hmm I think I will go garden .. these topice are either not applicable to my computer skills ie: OS X <br>or the subjects are already well covered.<br>yes I have opinions but they are best kept at home.<br><br>There.. was that saying something?<br>
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