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Old 02-25-2005, 05:53 PM   #51
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How would you keep a 14 year old out of a 18+ Forum??
i like it the way it is and the input of the youngens..
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How would you keep a 14 year old out of a 18+ Forum??
i like it the way it is and the input of the youngens..
Dove the 18+ wasnt to keep the younger ones out but, just if one of the older ones was talking about something that a younger person shouldn't read, we would have the option to go in another forum to talk about it. I know this is a pg site but, why shouldn't we beable to go somewhere that is apropriate to talk about something that can be said without a younger person there. we have a right just as the younger ones do. don't you think?
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Old 02-25-2005, 06:19 PM   #53
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just if one of the older ones was talking about something that a younger person shouldn't read, we would have the option to go in another forum to talk about it.
How would we make sure the younger ones don't read it though? Lets face it, if we made an 18+ forum, that is the first one that the kids will go into.
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You can set the controls so only certain people can be invited in to use a forum. Not everyone would have access to it. For example - we have a Site Helpers Forum which we can see but regular members cannot.
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This wasn't intended to make the younger ones feel left out. My husband has a website and has a 18+ forum. All it is used for is if someone has a joke or if people are dissagreeing on something they can take the topic there. This was just a suggestion
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Old 02-25-2005, 06:25 PM   #56
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I think it is a great idea IF we can get it to work and make it so it truly is 18+.
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GB thanks for agreeing with me. I thought this was going to be a big ordial. I truely feel that we should beable to go somewhere and talk about htings without having it pg. I would never want to get rid of the youngins dove, Ever.
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Old 02-25-2005, 07:08 PM   #58
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I just thought that with a click of the mouse they could get in. Heck, they probably know more about life then I do...LOL
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Pondering, hmm, do / will I neeed to show my Drivers liscense to talk about "Discuss Cooking? Oh mY ! gosh, :D Perhaps I don't fully understand what all these changes are about, (Pardon me) Friends, :D Atomic Jed!
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Will I / WE, be Required to provide credentials to ask, / provide, / share experiances in our toils, and joy's and failures in our cummulative endeavors in the Culinary arts? (just wonderin) :D Atomic Jed!
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