Formula for enjoying the board more and saving time

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    Formula for enjoying the board more and saving time

    Step 1. Read the initial posts on any and all topics that interest you. Step 2. Note any posts by Fierce or mployee8. Step 3. If the post by either of the two is followed by a post from the other one, stop reading. No additional valuable information will be provided. Step 4. Proceed to next topic and repeat.

     
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    Re: Formula for enjoying the board more and saving time

    In response to hondorondo's comment:

    Step 1. Read the initial posts on any and all topics that interest you. Step 2. Note any posts by Fierce or mployee8. Step 3. If the post by either of the two is followed by a post from the other one, stop reading. No additional valuable information will be provided. Step 4. Proceed to next topic and repeat.



    +1

    Its unfortunate fierce needs to infect every thread with his nonsense... Someone should spray RAID on him 

     
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    Re: Formula for enjoying the board more and saving time

    Absolutely spot on.

     
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    Re: Formula for enjoying the board more and saving time

    I think it's not each as an individual poster; it's only when a topic becomes a two-way barage of personal insults that everything immediately degrades to nothing.  If each would just ignore the other, things wouldn't get out of control so quickly and absurdly.  Simply not responding takes only a little willpower, but it's not the most difficult challenge life brings.  

    No one is 100% right, and no one is 100% wrong, but according to the feuding parties, each is one or the other.  One is always right and the other is always wrong, they say.  "Let's fight 'til six and then have dinner, said Tweedledum."*

     

    "They don't put Ws and Ls on the paychecks" - Sidney Wicks

     

    * Through the Looking Glass, Lewis Carroll 

     
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