made us feel welcome, and Lord knows how much we appreciate it. I'm not fond of the "invasion" analogy. I prefer the "exodus" analogy, probably 'cause I used it first. . But I gotta ask, since you're Admin – have you seen anything like this before?<br><br>[color:blue]A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. – W. Wonka</font color=blue>
-- is where the heart is.<br><br>Personally, as much I enjoyed MC, there was a small but definite group of people (who shall remain unnamed) who always made it a point to PUT you BACK in your place. It was this not so subtle reminder that you were- after all- in THEIR home, not your home.<br><br>The Admin unfortunately made this feeling all to clear in not only how he divided the group, but then dealt- or didn't properly deal with it- afterwards.<br><br>I wasn't so convinced this alternative was going to work out. I don't mean to suggest this exodus was merely a bargaining tool to drag JimD to the table- which it quite accidentally turned out to be- but I had a feeling that many would take Aross's view of wishing to be traditional and follow the herd.<br><br>Instead, many of you seem MORE THAN HAPPY to take the best part of home with us and bring it here, where ironically, we don't feel like guests as much as family.<br><br>Free for one, free for all.<br><br>Welcome home.<br><br>I'm sorry, but I must be staying..
I saw something like this (kind of) when AppleInsider went down for like 6 months or whatever..someone made a website (badflamingo) and copied AI's forum specs and lots came there. Then AI came back up and they all flocked back there.<br><br>Me, I'm just a lurker/occasional poster to both.<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>offered up their bs with good cheer and humor.<p><hr></blockquote><p>I resemble that remark, bub! <br><br>Great to see you hear, Judge. This here is, ah watchacallit? A classy joint!<br><br>
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