Beats me. <br><br>I would certainly consider myself a friendly person, and I enjoyed chatting up many over there...but there comes a point where you just reach the end of your rope....and seek an alternative. <br><br>
What happened over there? I read a little about insults and venting, but I guess I did not understand the whole thing. Can you guys let us know in a little more detail just what has made you seek asylum as you say?<br><br>
Well, I don't think I am leaving for good. <br><br>MCF at times, feels like it is being taken over by 10 people who have the answers to everything...and think ranting about life is "mean-spirited."<br><br>There are a couple of threads over there from today that should be a good read. <br><br>That said, I don't really take any of it seriously...how's the Boxster?<br><br>
Yeah, I somewhat understand now what happened over there after reading Matt's explanation. I am not too sure what threads Steve was referring to in his PM to Matt that some people found offensive, but to each his own. <br><br>This kind of thing can happen now and then, I guess sometimes we just have to take this whole forum experience a little less seriously and less personally. But, hey I understand feeling passionately about something and how it is possible to be extremely annoyed when discussing certain subjects. I have, however, learned that it does little good to get upset over things we don't agree with, because in the end, we are all just human beings trying to make sense of this crazy world from our own little corner of it.<br><br>The Boxster is working out well, no problems with it and it sure is a kick to drive that thing. Nice sunny day, top down and a nice winding road -- that's the ticket. <br><br>
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