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Old 4 March 2024, 06:29 PM   #1
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Old 4 March 2024, 07:32 PM   #2
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Question I have a question...

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... and it is as follows:

Why do you post a well known picture with a well known caption (and easy to find within the archives od the AERODROME FORUM)?

It is a bit like (for example) meeting Mark Twain and bombarding him with quotes from his own books. It doesn't make much sense...

What do you want to say/point out/achieve/introduce? Could you help me with an explanation?

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Old 5 March 2024, 07:31 AM   #3
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Unfortunately, we seem to have recently acquired a couple of members who feel compelled to post spam and/or really inane questions.
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Arrow And there is...

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... something else: You rarely react to posts of other Forumites.

Wouldn't it be polite to say "thank you" for a useful answer or to react if Forumites have questions in connection with your original question - especially in such cases, when the original thread/statement is rather unclear?

A for a good discussion it is necessary that we "exchange" information...

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Old 17 March 2024, 08:00 AM   #5
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Lightbulb Hello 'observer2'...

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... I see that you are online now, at this moment.

Maybe you take a chance to answer our question(s) while you are here. It would be polite...

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Old 17 March 2024, 01:18 PM   #6
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Lightbulb Hello 'observer2'...

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... during my "evening visit" I noticed, you are online now (for more than half an hour). The "green dot" indicates it.

Did you find time to read my questions or remarks? Is there something (serious), you want to ask or tell?

Just a question...

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