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May 17, 2013, 03:17:41 PM
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So i have to online the forum for 4 hours and 5 post to become full member , right ?
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May 17, 2013, 03:18:51 PM
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Wow, I understand the need to protect against spam and general silliness, but this restriction is rather annoying. Typically you sign up because you want to make an instant contribution to something specific. Instead you have to wander over here, post some gibberish to get the post count up, fake continuous activity for an arbitrary period, and *then* contribute to the thread that originally caught your interest. Convoluted isn't the word.
Or you could just post what you want to contribute right here in the Newbie Sub-Forum.  That would be so much more productive, wouldn't it?
That's a great idea. Rather than posting on *specific* threads, people should just all post randomly in the newbie forum. Everyone should do it! -_-
Who said anything about "randomly"?  Everybody who is a Newbie absolutely should create a new thread if they have a comment to make or a question to ask and there isn't already a Newbie thread discussing that topic.  That would be FAR better than all this Newbie Spam.  And if they really want to say something in a non-Newbie thread, they can create a new thread here in the Newbie forum saying what they want said and asking for it to be re-posted for them.  If it isn't silly drivel, they'll probably find that a helpful member will quote their post for them in the thread they are interested in participating in.  If it is silly drivel, then the Newbie restrictions are working well to keep it out of the more useful thread.

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May 17, 2013, 03:26:23 PM
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i have reding on my phone but i dont login so thats not counting :/



off topic ,, is there any wall talk in the newbis sektion ?
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