Just a follow-up on the last meeting. Have to clear up some details, like policy on who owns what. The way it's looking, I think we're going to decide that everything belongs to [color:red]me</font color=red> <br><br><br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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I'm so glad this thread has changed (for the better), it really bothered me when I first read it.<br><br>(Trog rant, skip to bottom to see conclusion )<br>This was created as a public forum, but sometimes I get the feeling that people who post here regularly believe that they should be able to sort of control the content of the forum. I don't agree with that. Not only does it limit the discussions on here but it turns away interesting people and prevents new ones from coming in. I can't imagine Stan ever envisioned creating a forum that where the participants can only talk about certain subjects (or restrict others)? As yoyo suggested, how very "NonApple" (or something like that ). Of course you can use your influence as a major contributor to the forum by ingnoring posts you don't like, or are not interested in, or if just have nothing to say about the subject. Thats the way it was intended to work (IMHO).<br><br>Yes, I can see how TGD's threads can become annoying and boring to many of the people here...but so what? Its not hard to see his name next to a thread and just ignore it.<br>Using malicious HTML to corrupt someone's post is not just rude, its dangerous. If someone did that to my post, I'd be kinda pissed (notice that TGD is not) and tempted to return the favor. You can easily envision how that would end up and I'm sure we all agree that is NOT the type of forum we want.<br><br>Ok, sorry for the unnecessary lecture, I had formulated this earlier.<br><br>BIG Kudos to NonPC for apologizing about the HTML bit, which I know he just meant in good (and very clever) humor. <br><br>
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