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    I sure would like to see the date an article or thread was originally posted on the listings rather than the date of the last reply. Don't know which ones are old and which are new. Just a thought.

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  • thoey
    Thread Issue
    by thoey
    Not a big deal, but just curious about the following thread:

    htt p://

    From the RAMS page, I can see 17 posts are in that thread. But when I count them, I see 13 on the first page, and one on the second. Seems like I am missing three posts, one of which is mine as I have posted there three times and can only see two.

    Again, not a big deal, but any ideas why or how that could happen?
    -09-16-2006, 06:37 PM
  • RamWraith
    W.A. Thread
    by RamWraith
    Nicks word association thread has got to be one of the longest threads in message board history. 27 pages long and still counting. You can sure tell it is the off-season and people are looking for any sort of entertainment. *LOL* :drunk:
    -07-02-2005, 08:26 AM
  • Curly Horns
    Why are the posts so wide?
    by Curly Horns
    I was just wondering why the posts are so wide?

    They are wider than my screen.

    I have to side scroll back and forth just to read what the members have posted.

    Just my opinion here, but it is terribly annoying having to scroll from side to side to read a post. Lately, I read one thread, log out and get the latest Rams news elsewhere, because I have had enough of side scrolling.

    Any help with this would be greatly appreciated!!

    Thank you!!

    -01-28-2006, 09:46 AM
  • VegasRam
    Why is it,
    by VegasRam
    My thread titles are never "BOLDED"
    -12-10-2012, 10:43 AM
  • OrlandoPaceIsMyHero
    If you want to combat LotR, don't reply to his posts
    by OrlandoPaceIsMyHero
    Simply put, if he really does bother you, just ignore him. I grew up with 2 siblings and my parents were very wise to point out occasions where someone was bothering someone else and getting a kick out of it. This is definitely what LotR is doing, having seen (and, I'll admit, done) it all the time as a kid.

    His only enjoyment comes from making ridiculous statements and having people respond, outraged to them. If you don't let him make you angry, he will stop enjoying posting and leave.

    In the words of my dad, "It takes two people to make you angry - you have to agree that they are making you angry." The only fun he derives is that which he gets from making us angry at him and starting fights.

    Of course he does have some value as comic relief as has been mentioned before.

    -12-08-2005, 12:45 AM