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Re: A sad state of affairs...

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Erik Ks farmer

02-19-2013 06:31:07
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Pete, IMHO this site is a place for people of similar interest to network. I like tractors, I like rural living, I like country folk. I see no reason why someone such as yourself should dictate what is posted here.




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McBride

02-19-2013 06:49:16
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 Re: A sad state of affairs... in reply to Erik Ks farmer, 02-19-2013 06:31:07  
If only tractor people could read the forum topic descriptions and post in the right sections we wouldn't be having this little talk.

Tractor Talk
A general discussion group focusing on any theme related to tractors.

Tractor Tales
An area for for people who share an interest in old tractors to have CASUAL CONVERSATION, TRACTOR RELATED OR NOT.

Pretty Simple I do say.

But you do have to say it"s entertaining.

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Pete76NY

02-19-2013 06:48:44
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 Re: A sad state of affairs... in reply to Erik Ks farmer, 02-19-2013 06:31:07  
Erik, Believe me I am in no way trying to dictate what anyone posts...as a matter of fact I really enjoy many of yours...and if I ever get to Kansas I will try to kidnap that awesome dog ya got LOL! I was simply bemoaning the fact that there is such a marked lack of interesting antique tractor type stuff on here as well as a huge political bias from the mods toward those who venture into that realm. I think that the political thing is that when something makes sense ya have to poof it before someone actually begins to consider it...but the lib weenie stuff that makes no sense needs to be left up in hopes that if people see it enough they will start to buy it! If I had my own site, which I am half considering, I'd like to think I'd leave both sides up just because for the MOST part Country, Tractor, Outdoors type guys can smell a turd when they read it! LOL
I work nights and during down time I so used to look forward to jumping on here for some interesting fun! I was just pointing out that IMHO it's not there anymore and neither are alot of the folks who made it interesting and fun. It is NOT my site and I recognize that, I was simply stating my opinion! Just bummed about it, and like was mentioned below the old Seasonal Affective Disorder is rampant right now!

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Erik Ks farmer

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 Re: A sad state of affairs... in reply to Pete76NY, 02-19-2013 06:48:44  
Pete, you and Retired Farmer nailed it, winter time always gets us fighting among ourselves. There isn't a whole lot going on and everyone wants to see more tractors. I agree with you 100 that both sides of a discussion should be allowed with any are allowed, personally I would prefer that we stay away from it. The issue is that no one can be civil and agree to disagree and that issue is much larger than any forum.

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