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Old 05-13-2020, 03:57 PM
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OK, Mr. Stars. Im going to pick on you now.
I don't think there should ever be a need to pick on anyone, it brings out negativity.

I have to admit I find it difficult myself but this forum has declined in friendlyness if you ask me, I have to admit I have contributed to this myself too but it really should stop.

Ray, your message could be exactly the same without picking on Brassa for falling victim to mother nature which is like blaming someone for breaking down on the motorway.

Yeah you could come along and go "what a moron, forgot to get your car serviced ey" or you could offer a jump start and make a new friend and explain how to prevent it in future.

I doubt any of us have not fallen victim to Pests, just because you don't get them anymore, no need to be smug about it.

I know I am picking here myself but I recently stopped visiting here as the quality of posts is not as good as it once was but it easily could be again.. The project phoenix thread has been the only interesting thread I've seen in the past year. The rest have all just been mindless discussions without any real conclusions.

Like said I am a very negative person like Ray myself but I don't see why we can't just offer the jumpstart in future without resorting to picking on members.
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Old 05-13-2020, 05:22 PM
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I don't think there should ever be a need to pick on anyone, it brings out negativity.

I have to admit I find it difficult myself but this forum has declined in friendlyness if you ask me, I have to admit I have contributed to this myself too but it really should stop.

Ray, your message could be exactly the same without picking on Brassa for falling victim to mother nature which is like blaming someone for breaking down on the motorway.

Yeah you could come along and go "what a moron, forgot to get your car serviced ey" or you could offer a jump start and make a new friend and explain how to prevent it in future.

I doubt any of us have not fallen victim to Pests, just because you don't get them anymore, no need to be smug about it.

I know I am picking here myself but I recently stopped visiting here as the quality of posts is not as good as it once was but it easily could be again..The project phoenix thread has been the only interesting thread I've seen in the past year. The rest have all just been mindless discussions without any real conclusions.

Like said I am a very negative person like Ray myself but I don't see why we can't just offer the jumpstart in future without resorting to picking on members.
Well, KingKong, an interesting post from you. And since you only joined in April, it's interesting you have such insight over a prolonged time period.

Thanks for stopping by.
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Old 05-13-2020, 05:44 PM
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True. Although, thinking is different from practising or doing. Click Here.
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