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10-02-2016 11:39 PM
MikeOReilly
Re: What is a g.r.p. hull

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Originally Posted by Rocky Mountain Breeze View Post
Mike: Should I submit all my observations to you for clearance before posting? I though I was stating a pretty clear observation about behavior patterns on this forum, it was not my intent to attack anyone personally. My only other comment is that if the shoe fits, then you may be upset.
And I (and others) are pointing out you are wrong. If you cannot see this, and that you are simply adding insult to insult, then there is nothing I can do to enlighten you.
10-02-2016 09:57 PM
Rocky Mountain Breeze
Re: What is a g.r.p. hull

Mike: Should I submit all my observations to you for clearance before posting? I though I was stating a pretty clear observation about behavior patterns on this forum, it was not my intent to attack anyone personally. My only other comment is that if the shoe fits, then you may be upset.
10-02-2016 07:04 PM
chuck53
Re: What is a g.r.p. hull

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Originally Posted by Rocky Mountain Breeze View Post
As a relatively new member I find it interesting how many old members comment on an old post that someone found probably by using a Google search for some obscure word or phrase. How does it harm any of you for an old thread to be resurrected? The urge for complete control runs strong in this group.......
Nothing wrong with bringing back an old thread if the poster has good reason. 4 times out of 5, the newbie wouldn't post if they had any idea the age of the thread. Would this guy have posted if he realized he was commenting on a 9 year old post? I think not. At least, I hope not.
10-02-2016 09:32 AM
MikeOReilly
Re: What is a g.r.p. hull

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Originally Posted by Rocky Mountain Breeze View Post
As a relatively new member I find it interesting how many old members comment on an old post that someone found probably by using a Google search for some obscure word or phrase. How does it harm any of you for an old thread to be resurrected? The urge for complete control runs strong in this group.......
The initial revitalized post did nothing to advance the thread. It was an insult. I have no issue with older threads being revived if the discussion logically flows. The same subjects and themes keep coming back, so it makes sense to use an existing thread whenever possible. But Tiara's post was only intended to insult -- kinda like your post.
10-02-2016 01:39 AM
RocketScience
Re: What is a g.r.p. hull

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Originally Posted by Rocky Mountain Breeze View Post
...How does it harm any of you for an old thread to be resurrected?...
It doesn't harm anybody, unless it's resurrected to solely bash another user, as was in this case. That being said, I do find it rather amusing when a thread is resurrected to answer a question that was asked years earlier.
10-02-2016 01:36 AM
Capt Len
Re: What is a g.r.p. hull

AS new members come on board old thread revival can be a valuable learning source. if only to discover who are the grumpy old farts.
10-02-2016 12:27 AM
Rocky Mountain Breeze
Re: What is a g.r.p. hull

As a relatively new member I find it interesting how many old members comment on an old post that someone found probably by using a Google search for some obscure word or phrase. How does it harm any of you for an old thread to be resurrected? The urge for complete control runs strong in this group.......
10-01-2016 10:00 PM
chuck53
Re: What is a g.r.p. hull

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The scorn you felt entitled to direct at a harmless question? Maybe this isn't the forum for you since you don't have sufficient outlets for your anti social tendencies. Looks like the island stolen from the Aboriginals is still home surly types.
Newbieitis at it's best....commenting on a post someone wrote 9 years ago.
10-01-2016 07:25 PM
tdw
Re: What is a g.r.p. hull

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The scorn you felt entitled to direct at a harmless question? Maybe this isn't the forum for you since you don't have sufficient outlets for your anti social tendencies. Looks like the island stolen from the Aboriginals is still home surly types.
Oh my, the ghosts of grumpiness past come back to haunt.

Surly ? Anti Social ? Moi ?

Really Tiara, you cut me to the quick.
09-29-2016 01:03 PM
Donna_F
Re: What is a g.r.p. hull

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The scorn you felt entitled to direct at a harmless question? Maybe this isn't the forum for you since you don't have sufficient outlets for your anti social tendencies. Looks like the island stolen from the Aboriginals is still home surly types.
Well, um. Welcome to SailNet?
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