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Old 01-31-2010, 07:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Has anyone else noticed the Equipment Reviews section is not moderated properly?

I'm surprised I haven't ever seen a teflon bottom or something similar on a snowboard. It'd be nice to have a base you didn't ever have to worry about

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Old 01-31-2010, 09:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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More like the Mods cannot deal with the tidal wave of posts that are misplaced in here. Not under moderated
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It's like using a fly swatter against a swarm of semi-retarded locusts.

BTW, shouldn't this topic be in news, updates and suggestions?
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It's like using a fly swatter against a swarm of semi-retarded locusts.

BTW, shouldn't this topic be in news, updates and suggestions?
hahah exactly. The OP is one of the many in the swarm
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It's like using a fly swatter against a swarm of semi-retarded locusts.

BTW, shouldn't this topic be in news, updates and suggestions?
Fail. I never read that as "News, Updates, and Suggestions". Ugh, assumed it was only news/updates. But I did just pose it as a question to board members, and not a mod specifically

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More like the Mods cannot deal with the tidal wave of posts that are misplaced in here. Not under moderated
Well, my point wasn't that the moderators weren't doing their best, just that it's not moderated enough. Hence more moderators are needed.
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Fail. I never read that as "News, Updates, and Suggestions". Ugh, assumed it was only news/updates. But I did just pose it as a question to board members, and not a mod specifically
I was kidding, just yanking your chain. I could really care less. When I give people crap, it's just that.

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I'm surprised I haven't ever seen a teflon bottom or something similar on a snowboard. It'd be nice to have a base you didn't ever have to worry about
Teflon's a VERY soft plastic. It'd come off faster than rub-on wax. Although I DO wish I didn't have to wax as often.
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I can`t even begin to tell you how much time I spend moving threads. This is not a perfect environment and people don`t read. It does not matter how many FAQ`s we post, people post shit in the wrong topic sections and refuse to read even the first page before posting a question.

We do what we can, but we don`t get paid to do this and we all have lives and job other than the forum. I suggest that if a thread bothers you, ignore it or report it. I honestly don`t see this as a huge major problem. a mild irritant at most....

Speaking of which, I will move this post to the proper location......
What I find odd is that we can edit the hell out of our own posts to make them unrecognizable from their original form, kind of like how I did here. It would be nice if we could move our own posts. I haven't ever seen forum software allow that however.
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I was kidding, just yanking your chain. I could really care less. When I give people crap, it's just that.

Teflon's a VERY soft plastic. It'd come off faster than rub-on wax. Although I DO wish I didn't have to wax as often.
There's gotta be something! Some polymer or something or other that is indestructible and super slippery.

Oh, I know you were just yankin' my chain, but it really was retarded that I never read the title of this forum correctly. It's like driving down the same road every day, thinking the speed limit is 55mph....and you come to find out it's 35, because you just got pulled over. Then you have to explain that you read the speed limit sign wrong for the last several years
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