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Mtndew

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Jun 7, 2012
Location
Michigan
You mean PM is embracing better than 1997 technology now?

This has been the clunkiest, least functioning forum I've used forever. Why change it now?

It's virtually problem free for me. The only issue I have is that it's a p.i.t.a. to attach photos or files.
 

SeymourDumore

Diamond
Joined
Aug 2, 2005
Location
CT
You mean PM is embracing better than 1997 technology now?

This has been the clunkiest, least functioning forum I've used forever. Why change it now?


Really? Never an issue for me!
I just hope whatever replaces this won't be some typical millennial bullshit UI!
 

gustafson

Diamond
Joined
Sep 4, 2002
Location
People's Republic
It's virtually problem free for me. The only issue I have is that it's a p.i.t.a. to attach photos or files.

While it would be nice to drag and drop, it is not big thing

year or two back, the forum was unavailable a fair bit

now, there is a sometimes hours long delay between a response being posted and it being shown as posted

and sometimes threads are posted that show as invalid when you click on them, then later the are ok

I imagine those are the 'outgrowing' symptoms
 

michiganbuck

Diamond
Joined
Jun 28, 2012
Location
Mt Clemens, Michigan 48035
More than likely one could search PM past posts and find just about everything one needs to know.

Except "What is the difference between an Orange and a bicycle?"

and what Michigan river is likely to have the most Gold.
I am probably one of four people in the world who knows the answers and I'm not telling.

Ops! If you know, please don't tell.
Buck
 

plastikdreams

Diamond
Joined
May 31, 2011
Location
upstate nj
More than likely one could search PM past posts and find just about everything one needs to know.

Except "What is the difference between an Orange and a bicycle?"

and what Michigan river is likely to have the most Gold.
I am probably one of four people in the world who knows the answers and I'm not telling.

Ops! If you know, please don't tell.
Buck

Well now an orange is a vise and a bicycle is a cycle that goes both ways...
 

dandrummerman21

Stainless
Joined
Feb 5, 2008
Location
MI, USA
and what Michigan river is likely to have the most Gold.
I am probably one of four people in the world who knows the answers and I'm not telling.

Ops! If you know, please don't tell.
Buck

Can you tell me which rivers are NOT likely to have the most gold?

TBH I would have to guess the Detroit River. You don't mention knowing which one has the most natural gold. Plenty of jewelry and coins in the river I would imagine.
 








 
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