#3922 - 04/19/0205:42 PMToo little, too late.
I can't believe I'm being so hard *ssed about this, but I believe the whole "no Mac stuff in the lounge" was to keep the GD from dieing a slow death. Whatever.<br><br>And folks, I took it reeeeeel personal when my stab at a Mac post got ripped. Y'all know I'm easy going, and you also know when I'm riled, I'm flaming p*ssed. I'm thinking I don't want to go back. <br><br>[color:blue]A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. – W. Wonka</font color=blue>
Lea, I agree that His Jimness was waaaaaaaaay outa line to just start kidnapping posts across forum lines. At the very least a PM or post to say "next time, do this..." would have been proper.<br><br>But I think his "rule" was well-intended, if not misguided. And the backlash has been swift and loud. I give him credit for confronting the issue and making an effort to correct his faux pas. In the meantime, the situation has driven many of us here. And so far, dangit, it's pretty nice in this part of town. The residents are making us feel welcome.<br><br>Now if Jim can get MC back on track, we'll have two great places to hang.<br><br>
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