Discussion in 'Members Zone' started by Jgar_3, Oct 22, 2019.
Why can’t I post topics on any other forum? I believe I have GREAT topics!
It just takes posting more. Keep at it and your topics will be with us soon.
Posting where at exactly?
Just post around. No exact location that I know of.
True, although, I can only post in the member forum. That was the frustration from the start lol— not being able to post anywhere other than here.
You need to go to the "Fan Zone" & begin participating in threads,,, just a fistful of opined views of point/ counterpoint,,,of various avenue's pertaining to you're valued "take" on the subject matter that's being batted&beaten about, should make you pretty much golden,,,
How so? Don't you get the full menu home page?,,, The one which you can scroll down to the very bottom to catch the online members head count,,,&,,, sometimes which MODS.are manning the ramparts?,,, Maybe you've been "sniffed-out" as an UNDER THE WIRE OPPOSITION TEAMS FAN SUBVERSIVE SAPPER TYPE already?,,,hell if I know.
If you read the sticky threads in this forum it would likely answer all of your questions.
Let me guess. They're all about Dak!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hello just keep posting here and you will be able to post everywhere soon
It will cost you just $5
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Sorry, GREAT topics are not allowed here, you'll have to stay with the same tried and true Booger sucks/no, he doesn't, Garrett sucks/ no, he doesn't, Prescott sucks/no, he doesn't and threads asking "why can't I start threads"?
Im impressed he was able to understand your posts already tbh
Well, this forum does tend to draw those whose intellect & ability of conceptual grasp are unsurpassed from amongst the Cyber Mass's,,,
William McGonagall's poem "The Tay Bridge disaster" is the finest poem ever written in the English language.
I'll beg in the differation upon yer' opined inputted view, for I shall lay claim as for indeed the greatest of all compiled prosed verse in the English language ,was a little ditty composed by none other than my great great grand uncle Melonfeud, wanna' hear it? Cuz' here's how it goes: There once was a man named McBass,who had two balls made of brass, when he "clanged" them together, they played stormy weather,,, and lightening shot straight from his *$$
WHY!?!?!?!?! couldn't we have gotten poetry like that in school? I feel under educated.
U forgot Zeke has lost a step/no he ain't