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Offline ADulay

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Building a forum is difficult
« on: September 07, 2017, 02:31:44 pm »
All,

  I do believe that "Stephen" is finding that running a successful forum is much harder than it would appear.

  After storming out of here a month or so ago, he has collected 8 members in "his" forum of which probably three are actual real members.

  Of course there is no content to speak of other than more advertising and wild claims about his "service" and writings.

  If anything of substance shows up, I'm sure someone here in this forum will mention it.

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Re: Building a forum is difficult
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2017, 09:30:40 pm »
I looked 2 times now.  Once he had his long dialog up about myself and Atlantis, more of a manifesto than a thread.  Now it is gone.  Oh well, maybe I should ask him if I could join??  Maybe Gizmotron will let me???
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