I was about to post this in the LJ thread, which would have been pretty hypocritical.
Agree with HGN’s point about off-topic posts in recruiting threads – happens to me a lot where I come to the board, and see a ton of new posts in a thread and then see they’re about something else.
So my suggestion would be for the board regulars to be on point to start a new thread when that’s starting to happen and link to that in the other thread. Anyone else in?
On a related note, what’s with the weird “post deleted” thing that happens when we delete a post? That always tricks me too – would love for posts just to delete without a trace right away.
One time, I turned a recruiting thread into a discussion of peppa pig for a day or so.
I recognize the issue and suggest that nobody follow my advice.
I also turn into Lenny from Memento on this board sometimes. I only remember one or two posts back, and I usually forget what topic is supposed to be discussed. I usually figure whoever I’m responding to must be on point, but that’s not always a safe assumption.
Kehei is the greatest hoo of all time. @ me
There’s actually never been a Hoo named Kehei
If you’re scurrd buy a dog. Cause I said @ me
I was the greatest hoo of all time. Second greatest? Pfft, who cares. The rest of you can fight over that. With that, my weekend is starting. Enjoy it.
Cant argue with that logic.
Natural grass powns turf.
So when is LJ committing again?
Nobody else start game threads, until they lose one. I didn’t start it for at VT or vs Duke and you see the results.
Not a board etiquette thing. I’m just a superstitious mfer.
And rightly so!
If I’m not at the game, I have a very specific rules for what parts and which games I’m allowed to watch on TV, and for the games I don’t, when exactly I check the score. I’ve mostly been good about it lately, but I screwed it up during the Duke game and I couldn’t help but watch VT when I wasn’t supposed to. So I apologize for that. I executed it perfectly during the 2019 NCAAs, which should have been hard, but the stress nearly killed me so it was manageable by comparison.