Hey everyone,<br><br>I have a favor to ask. I think you know we do the very best we know how to bring you MacNews as fast and as accurately as we can. Threads like this take a lot of time out of our day to try to monitor it and make sure things don't get completely out of control.<br><br>I think we are nearly that point, unfortunately.<br><br>I could simply delete the thread of course, but those of you that know me know that I am vehemently opposed to that kind of action.<br><br>As a favor to all of us here at MacMinute, can I ask that you please let this thread die. I think it is time and we would really appreciate it.<br><br>Thanks for your understanding. I appreciate your support.<br><br>Cheers,<br><br>Stan
I'm curious as to what needed to be monitored within that thread? It seems to me it was simply some clean fun... I can't seem to find anything offensive or unacceptable. As a matter of fact, that thread has been the life of the lounge for some time. IMHO.<br><br>[color:red]Alec</font color=red>
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