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    Re: Unanswered threads.

    On a poetry site I once frequented, they had a rule whereby you commented on three poems by other members for every one of your own poems posted. It worked quite well?
    Thats a great idea, how did they implement it though ?

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    Re: Unanswered threads.

    I seem to remember if anyone wasn't keeping to the rule they were reminded of their obligations via PM. Though perhaps writing a poem is more time consuming than simply posting support, depending of course upon the nature and depth of the post. I've just looked at the unanswered threads and feel pretty bad :-(
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    Re: Unanswered threads.

    Gosh, that does sound quite laboursome 'policing it', but the philosophy would be useful here - you give and you take.

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    Re: Unanswered threads.

    I'd be buggered unless I could away with a few limericks? If we that rule on here I can think of few people who would be swamping the boards with advice for others
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    Re: Unanswered threads.

    I'd be buggered unless I could away with a few limericks? If we that rule on here I can think of few people who would be swamping the boards with advice for others
    Ha ha, so true !

    What about even a hiaku? a pun ?

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    Re: Unanswered threads.

    Quote Originally Posted by Carys View Post
    Don't know what I expected, some miracle, but really HOPE that this thread at least gets read by those people who don't generally help anyone else.
    Perhaps when answering the threads where the poster doesn't venture outside of themselves, we should include the link to this thread.

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    Re: Unanswered threads.

    From a Tapatalk point of view I canít see unanswered posts, only unread, new, participated and subscribed.
    I do try to look at the new posts when I am on, but if I donít have a lot of time Iíll only read participated.


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    Re: Unanswered threads.

    Guys/Gals - I know you are all having a laugh and I don't want to be the bad cop but the original thread had good intention and meaning and it is in a prominent forum that people may read and it has got a bit rude for some to handle.

    I am happy to copy the thread to misc forum and let you carry on and delete the replies from here but I just worry that some reading this could be a bit offended (I am not) and I know it was done in good fun etc. but the original point has kind of being lost.

    I hope you understand.
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    Re: Unanswered threads.

    Absolutely fine, I had kinda forgotten how this whole thread started to be honest, it meadered totally off course......sorry. Yes, maybe you should take these last replies off thinking about it and leave it to be what it was - unanswered threads.

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    Re: Unanswered threads.

    Quote Originally Posted by nomorepanic View Post
    Guys/Gals - I know you are all having a laugh and I don't want to be the bad cop but the original thread had good intention and meaning and it is in a prominent forum that people may read and it has got a bit rude for some to handle.

    I am happy to copy the thread to misc forum and let you carry on and delete the replies from here but I just worry that some reading this could be a bit offended (I am not) and I know it was done in good fun etc. but the original point has kind of being lost.

    I hope you understand.
    Sorry if anything I posted is a problem in this thread, dont think so but saying sorry in case part of the problem was my behaviour
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