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Discussion in 'Personal' started by MonMothma, Dec 11, 2017.
They seem to be rising from the dead at the moment.
For some reason....
I do wonder what the motives are for resurrecting zombie threads.
I ''resurrect'' old threads of mine because I see them as an ongoing exercise in a topic I find interesting.
So this thread, any time I see a positive story about Muslims, I post it there.
This thread: https://community.tes.com/threads/the-future-of-the-west-space.743360/ I post on because the subject interests me and I update my thinking through it.
I find it more odd to start to a whole thread just to criticise other posters for how they post.
I saw no criticism in the OP?
I too was wondering about the resurrected threads, namely because it's quite unusual.
Not as odd as actively searching out a year old thread that no one has posted on. That is odd. Or unusual.
No... that'd be the point of a forum... for people to read and discuss...
What's more, if there's one thing that spoils a peach melba it's the ruddy peach.
Bless. Of course that's why Vince actively searched out and ressurected a year old thread......I wonder how long it took him to search out those threads?
One advantage of a forum (over, say, a discussion on a group within Facebook) is that one can revisit threads from the past.
It is against the T&C to 'revive or resurrect' old threads.
Bit weird - why keep threads past a certain date if we're not supposed to post to them? Tell you what, though, there's certainly something in there about multiple accounts.
Ideas have a sell by date?
Eeek don't tell the Marxists!
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