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I call for a sticky.

+1. Good write-up. Only too true.

EDIT: Can't rep you. System won't let me. Damn.
 

hakzaw1

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YES Sticky- IT plz.... a must-read for newcomers. A Link to this and the how-to-post on a forum video should be in everyone sig and sent automatically the our very welcome, new members.
 

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Well put. I'll make sure not to "kick off my shoes." Thanks for the tip. +1 for you!
 
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Wtf??? Ive been in here for five minutes and no-ones offered me a beer yet. M-frs jks.

From my experience on other forums it can be annoying as hell when you have a n00b gettin testy and acting like an idiot. I promise to be only limited on my intelligence on lasers, not general ettiquette.

Btw any Pc modders/gamers/general lovers of should check out Tech, games and culture, by geeks, for geeks - Atomic MPC

Aussie tech website but their depth of knowledge imo surpasses that of any other tech site, and most of the lads are pretty choice.

Not trying to plug, just trying to give something back, since ive learned so much in the past few days.

Cheers
 

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^^^^^ WHAT !!!!^^^^^
Are you sure you're on the correct Thread....:thinking:


Jerry

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Hello, everyone, I just arrived, and it says good ah. One of the things they request of the members of this forum to do is to abide by proper grammar usage as best as they can taking into account any language barriers that may exist or
 

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I have a little pet peeve. Not a BIG deal, because I am pretty laid back - still it is annoying.

Someone posts a complicated post... with pictures, videos, etc... When quoting, do you HAVE to quote the ENTIRE post, with pictures etc.? Try to spend a little time EDITING your quote... ONLY include what is necessary.

Sometimes it IS meaningful to REPEAT a picture, but usually it ISN'T.
 

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Sometimes it's done to make sure the Posted info stays
visible... after a poster decides to delete that post....:eg:

But I know what you mean especially if quoting a post
with a Gazillon pictures...

Another thing that should be addressed in Forum Etiquette
is the blatant swearing in Thread Titles....
(Holy $hit: DHL is fast.):whistle:


Jerry

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If it is a surprise shower, then either send the gift to the shower location or wait until after the shower and send the gift to her home and call her later to tell her that you are sorry you were not able to attend. If the party is not a surprise, then send the gift to her house whenever, and call her to tell her that you are sorry you will not be able to make it. If it will be a large shower, then sending it to her home (surprise or not) is the best bet. As much as I loved all 5 of my baby showers, the difficult thing was figuring out how to get all of the wonderful gifts back home after the shower, as neither me nor my husband were driving large cars at the time. Going home from my church shower we ended up not being able to see out of the back window of our car.If it is a surprise shower, then either send the gift to the shower location or wait until after the shower and send the gift to her home and call her later to tell her that you are sorry you were not able to attend. If the party is not a surprise, then send the gift to her house whenever, and call her to tell her that you are sorry you will not be able to make it. If it will be a large shower, then sending it to her home (surprise or not) is the best bet. As much as I loved all 5 of my baby showers, the difficult thing was figuring out how to get all of the wonderful gifts back home after the shower, as neither me nor my husband were driving large cars at the time. Going home from my church shower we ended up not being able to see out of the back window of our car.
Nice Brick of Text you have there....:thinking:

Pray tell what does your above ramblings have to do with this
Thread topic....

Sound like SPAMMING to me....:undecided:


Jerry

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