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Old July 23rd 03, 11:10 AM
Y6g11
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I am with you guys, posting at the bottom makes no sense to me. Why
force me to scroll through all the previous posts, the posts I just
read, to get to the new reply? Get me to the new stuff quickly, so I
like top posters.


I agree and if I missed something, I can always scroll down, rather than have
to do it time after time.
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Old July 30th 03, 05:11 AM
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JerrDude wrote:
I agree with Jaf and everyone elso pro-top-posting, what IS the use in
having to re-read the first post 20 times in a 20 post thread, the
second post 19 times in a 20 post thread, etc, etc.


That's what trimming, not 'top posting', is about.


So a shoter version of the same damn post over and over is better?
 




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