reply to post by PayMeh
I think the main problem is too many people want to speak but not enough have anything good to say. People want to be heard.
That's all fine and dandy but if your repeating what someone already said or you happen to ignore facts posted and continue to believe whats proven
false, then the topics become pointless drivel.
Then you get banter and debates. Its not enough that people disagree with others and leave it at that, nope, instead it has to be a 2 page discussion
usually ending up with both parties not budging from their stances which is a waste of time.
I think what should be a site where you can post things and get feedback on them which could change your views, really is a site where you can post
things and watch the left fight the right and all those in between and all around.
Some people here do some good work. And it is work to research and debunk/prove topics. Those who do that have my utmost respect.
There are some however that post topics and have already decided that its either truth or not. With a predisposition, why debate? Post it as you
believe it, and move on and let people decide for themselves. Or people who reply predisposed with an opinion and willing to shove it down your throat
until you cant bear to read their posts any longer...
This is why i inherently dislike forums. Everyones invited with an email address, but their is no screening process available, meaning even those not
interested in the site can come around and muck it up.
Its interesting, their is a rule on these forums stating you cant start a topic until you replied 20 times. Why isn't it something that makes more
You post 1 topic before you can reply AND your topic must be reviewed by a mod and approved before your allowed to reply as well.
If someone posts some repetitive topic, or posts nonesense it doesnt get to the public and they still can't reply until they have something positive
This would surely be a deterrent to people who want to just post frantically and make them think and post something useful. Hopefully with that lesson
learned its applied to their replies as well.
Just an idea