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Offline qazz42

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qazz's feedback on this site
« on: September 08, 2010, 10:11:25 pm »
this site (along with cemetech) are the best sites ever

without them both, I would be an unstable nobody... (long story)


thanks DJ and Kerm!

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Re: qazz's feedback on this site
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2010, 10:33:11 pm »
Lol glad you like the sites. My apologies for my unstable-ness sometimes, especially since the past 2-3 months x.x, though. I think both sites can be a good learning experience when it comes to calc stuff and netiquette. There are a lot of tech-savy people (although over here it's more calc game-oriented than hardware) and both sites are active. I also feel they are moderated consistently. I remember on two other TI boards, when the mods disliked you, they deleted any complaint posts you made or told you to stop complaining, then if someone else complained about something but was liked, his posts remained intact. I remember on one board, someone waved me the free speech flag in my face, then pretty much told me to shut up x.x. At least on Omni and Cemetech you have a better idea of what is allowed and what is not and they can be a good learning experience in many ways

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Re: qazz's feedback on this site
« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2010, 10:37:20 pm »
:)

don't worry about it, compared to what I was like before I discovered my inner-programmer, omnimaga is the most stable place anywhere

plus, the unstableness is what makes any site feel like home :P

(I remember pkmn.net was like those "two other TI-Boards")