The future of our forum - facebook versus web forums

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Re: The future of our forum - facebook versus web forums

Post by marty » May 30 2020 3:44pm

Out of courisoty went here:
http://neptronix.org/
Saw this picture.
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That must be the linux server at AWS that runs this forum.

Then I see a link to a Youtube page.
See a video.
How circumcision has hurt my relationships & why i'm restoring my foreskin.

Watched a few seconds. God please help you! Really I don't think it will grow back :?

Me I am also circumcised and I love my wiener just the way it is. Also been looking at different forums on the internet. phpBB forums are a lot like my penis. I love them just the way that they are.

Arguing about different forum software is like comparing Fords and Chevy's. If you got a Ford? Just drive it. Maintain it. And BE HAPPY!
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Re: The future of our forum - facebook versus web forums

Post by neptronix » May 30 2020 4:39pm

Please keep further comments about me as a person to another thread. That's neither appropriate nor useful to this discussion, Marty.
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Re: The future of our forum - facebook versus web forums

Post by Slipstream » Jun 08 2020 2:58am

Hi all ... Please... not arsebook.

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Re: The future of our forum - facebook versus web forums

Post by Dauntless » Jun 08 2020 1:26pm

Worry not, he didn't seem to LITERALLY mean Facebook, he was talking about the evolving formats best illustrated by, YIKES! If you don't like the FORMAT, then say 'Not Like Facebook.' But I'm sure there was no intent to flush us all over to there.

On the off chance there WAS serious thought of just going there, you just got a tip off on how the "Courier-ousity" seeks can behave, yeah, you can't talk about anything there without huge numbers being ridiculously entertained about serious matters. I can think of the things that it's not good to bring up on Facebook because of the stupid comments that might go on for years. Everyone just has to say something, especially when they've been drinking.

Let's just say some of the nonsense of nearly 3 months with too much time on the hands of too many people really has me thinking about just how bad Facebook must be right now. YIKES!
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Re: The future of our forum - facebook versus web forums

Post by neptronix » Jun 09 2020 5:38pm

FYI, the vanilla forums team hasn't responded to my requests for a while. Unfortunately this is stalled for now.
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Whipper-snapper: ? on a lightweight BikeE Semi Recumbent

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