How many of your 2811 posts have addressed a "technical issue with my Mac that I want answered" (versus your "posts about whatnot)"?<br><br>I could do a search but my guess would be around...oh, say...none?<br><br>Or perhaps one? <br><br>Moo?
You SAY you were a long time lurker<br>but have no proof, since you <br><br>ahhhh screw it<br><br>woz the point.<br><br>btw,<br>here you are again.<br>whining in the political thread.<br><br>catch a clue<br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green>
What? Um, yes, I have posted "whatnot"... IN THE LOUNGE. That was my point. When I want something technical answered, I post it in the Mac Local. That was my point as well. I rarely start a thread in the lounge, I just participate in them. I have, however, started many threads in the Mac Local because I needed help with something. I post my questions there so that if I don't get back to them right away the thread is not buried on page four of the forum like they would be in the Lounge.<br><br>So what bug is up your butt?<br><br>EDIT: BTW, I went back and looked at my posting history and for the 10 pages that I sifted through, there was at least one post to the Mac Local (usually three or more). Why don't you go make a sacred pair of shoes or something out of yourself .<br><br>
Ouch. I'm wounded.<br><br>Hey no need to get cranky there Squareman - did ya miss the emoticon? My point, as facetious as it was, is that the few times you actually post a thread with a tech question, a number way less than a single percentage point, could quite easily be accommodated within the lounge as many others' are. You disagree.<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I post my questions there so that if I don't get back to them right away the thread is not buried on page four of the forum like they would be in the Lounge.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Maybe you set your threads per page lower than I but I find no difficulty keeping up to date with thread progress when I'm here every day (as you seem to be) and the active threads are always bumped anyway.<br><br>Your 2800+ posts here appear to give you the right to tell me to "go make a sacred pair of shoes or something" out of myself so I'll leave it there if you have no objection?<br><br>Moo?
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