Tom, go ahead and reread the DHC terms and conditions again.Tom Phillips* said:What topics are off-liimits?
If someone is habitually attacked, do they have the right to respond?
Is it permissible to point out people or organizations that one thinks are doing good work?
What topics are off-liimits?greenster said:Read the terms and conditions:
Those topics are completely fine, and most are. You or anyone else rarely post topics that are off limits.
Please point out to me any instance where I have posted an off-limit topic.
It's the subsequent post that creates problems. Member Vs. member post, Mass personal attacks, is just a few examples, among other problems. It's these types of post that are frowned upon, the seems to be worthless and inevitably cause deterioration of the forums, such as members not returning again, fear of posting because he/she believe that they may become under attack or personal questing. I and thousands of other members joined because this was a peaceful place where we all can talk about our passion, we are just trying to keep it this way.
If popularity, love, and respect was what I wanted, I would have gotten married and had children. :biggrin:WIDGEONATOR said:Tom, are you really that clueless? :no:
Talk to my kids. They might say "Yes."
You get on here, and talk about banning something that many hunters enjoy. You go so far as writing letters to the government in an attempt to make it happen.
All well reasoned and documented. To ensure hunter safety, protect the resource and maintain long-established traditions.
You come off with a holier than thou attitude, you taunt, and poke fun at people, (only in response, and with a light sense of humor) you create threads designed to get everyone riled up.
No, that is never my intention. The only way that happens is from misunderstandings of the responders.
Then you wonder why doesn't anyone like me? (They don't like you?) I think you are a smart guy that has absolutely no people skills. Do you ever go to parties and start arguments and then wonder why no one really likes Tom?
I will let you in on a little secret, it's because you always argue. You think it's fun and entertaining, most people find it annoying. Hence your lack of popularity.
:huh: This must be one your Knee Slappers. :zzz:Tom Phillips* said: