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Where did "New Threads, no crap" link go?

Just now, when I click the link for New Posts, I seem to be getting new posts in Politics, Religion, Barfighting, & Off-Topic forums...all sub-forums I could care less about on SAILnet. Is anyone mucking with the search/new posts feature? If so...please stop. It worked fine before.

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Hey, where the hell is the Barfighting forum? I wanna post there!


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Night Owl ... have reported this to Admin. I'll keep you informed or hopefully you'll a reply here.

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Hey, where the hell is the Barfighting forum? I wanna post there!
I,m with Smack, but just to read.
But seriuosly, bring back the no politics button.
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Roger! I'm not here to see any politics and religion,etc!
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Wondered the same thing.When something works some why must someone $%^with it?
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we'll bring it back in the next several days - we're smack dab in the middle of a large update to the forum software.

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Good people ... SailNet has been using an older verion of the software and are currently updating. Once this is complete not only will things be as before but overall performance and software features will be much improved.

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IT'S BACK!GOOD DEAL,THANKS.marc
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