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Old 06-16-2008, 08:20 AM   #61
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I did a search on the topics started by Tangomonster and looked at those with "substantive; meaningful" content and some replies. There is a pattern here. Tango starts a topic; might add a trite comment - but usually none - no acknowledgment of the contributions/comments of the posters.
OK Dex we are all waiting for your reply now. Come on! It has been 3 days!

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Old 06-16-2008, 08:31 AM   #62
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Originally Posted by Khan View Post

There are unstated rules concerning how to post.

Someone is insulting you by not adhering to said rules.

You went through the trouble of researching past posts to verify this serious breach of rules.

Could you state these rules?

How many follow up posts by the OP are necessary?

How long should these posts be?

Should all contributors be thanked individually?

I don't want to break these rules and end up being shunned by sensitive readers.

Kahn: Thanks for the grin.

The only reason I visit this board from time to time is for a few laughs.
Having spent the last 3 days with my children and my grandchildren, even though I care a great deal about all of them, the unencombered single life style has a certain amount of appeal

Thanks Dex, for showing that's not always the case.

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Old 06-16-2008, 10:19 AM   #63
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Originally Posted by Jarhead* View Post
Having spent the last 3 days with my children and my grandchildren, even though I care a great deal about all of them, the unencombered single life style has a certain amount of appeal.
Did you ever wonder if the feeling was mutual? Naaahhhh...
Numbers is hard

Although rare, it is possible to read something on this forum you don't agree with and simply move on with your life

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Old 06-16-2008, 10:47 AM   #64
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We found a Meetup group that just goes out to eat for global cuisine.

I had never before heard of It sounds like a good idea.
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Old 06-16-2008, 11:52 AM   #65
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Milton, Meetup has lots of different groups....quite interesting. Even some groups for people of our age (I'm assuming you and I are in the same vicinity).

Jarhead, I totally agree---Khan definitely helped break the tension with that list of questions! You go, Khan!

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