posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 08:29 AM
Ok firstly please don’t try to be ironically funny by either telling me to go and use search or shutting down this thread because it’s been
discussed in the past.
I have a question, and I only seek an answer not a debate.
Earlier on today I saw a thread in the 9/11 forum which has been very quiet lately the content of the thread is not really important it was just a
video. Anyway as I was reading through the thread I noticed a few members pointing out that the video had already been posted in the past and snidely
suggested that OP use the search function.
When I had finished writing out a post for the aforementioned thread I hit “post” and ended up with that line that basically says that the thread
has been shut down. The reason it had been shut down was because it had already been discussed on ATS…. almost 2 years ago.
So my question is this, how long is it before we can start bringing up old topics and re-creating old threads, I mean I was not even a member the
first time this video was discussed and was looking forward to getting involved in a 9/11 thread as there haven’t really been any good ones in quite
some time. Is it possible for example that ATS would consider a 1 year rule, where by if it’s been posted in the last year then it gets removed.
I personally don’t see any problem with this, if anything it just slightly increases the traffic and gives us newbies something to discuss.