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Old 12-15-2013, 08:16 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Caslon View Post
I find suspect some posts that are allowed. Like someone joining the forum to post one post and then...never again. A post that basically doesn't do anything for anyone else but benefits the poster only. I'm all for helping someone, but I feel like a dupe responding to posts like that. I'm talking about posts that asks everyone here to...well...respond to a survey for his benefit only, then he's gone. It's harmless enough. I guess we can lend him a hand. A bit annoying tho. Responding makes me feel as if I'm working for him.

Also, if thanks are to be given to the admins here, I want to thank whomever for extending the time you can edit a post without it showing the post was edited.
Report the post so it can be removed quickly. Those types of posts are not allowed, but it hard for the Mods/Admins to see each and every post that is created every day. If it's reported they see it, guaranteed.

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