posted on Jan, 16 2008 @ 01:00 AM
I've noticed, more so lately as the elections heat up, that the amount of new threads regarding all sorts of crazy and arguably irrelevant things
have been posted. I suspect that it's to bury the good posts and threads that actually have a few nuggets of truth to them, so that in effect the
board becomes 95% garbage that must be sifted through and this takes huge amounts of time, just to get to the 5% or so that is actually potent and
worth something. Also, I wonder if it is also to keep the big issues off of the main screen when you first log on?
Does anyone have any thoughts on this? For instance, someone might offer up some serious and telling evidence to expose some huge conspiracy for what
it is, and then it will be buried in 20 pages of misc. posts of insignificant content, and also dozens if not hundreds of new threads about everything
on the homestead including the kitchen sink is posted. I know what I consider to be important may differ than what many of you may, and that
important is somewhat a subjective term, but it really looks like, in my most humble opinion that an organized effort is underway to make it more
difficult for the average person without a lot of time on his or her hands to log on and sift through all the muck to find the gem, as it were.