View Poll Results: Should we have regional forums?
Yes please, I would find it useful 19 25.33%
No thanks, we've got more than enough forums already! 56 74.67%
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Old 11 January 2006, 05:10   #11
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If its all to much trouble to have to go back to find topics that may have
been of intrest to you then open a folder and save them
simple i would of thought
Got to find them first..

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but I think it's interesting for us all to see what each regional gang is up to.
yeah, the sw gang wouldn't be allowed to read the nw's forum..

Looking at the results, I am not gonna sulk because the majority of people on this forum haven't the sense they were born with..
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Old 11 January 2006, 07:50   #12
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In the first place or is that to simple
Looks as though the majority are the ones with common sense
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Old 17 January 2006, 19:28   #13
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How about a regional topic forum for North American RIB enthusiasts? I know we are few now, but with petrol prices rising? It would be interesting to know how many members of RIBnet are from the other side of the pond?!
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Old 17 January 2006, 19:39   #14
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I'm voting for regional sub-forums on the cruise planning / event planning side of things only - I think not only will it make finding out whats on in your area easier but also if you are visiting a new location it would be damn easy to find other stuff going on in that area.
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Old 27 January 2006, 07:02   #15
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OK it seems clear that the general feeling is that we shouldn't further split things up for now, but it's not cast in stone and I'll keep it in mind for the future.

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How about a regional topic forum for North American RIB enthusiasts?
That's something that may happen in due course as numbers increase. We've been getting a lot more US members joining recently.

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Old 27 January 2006, 07:26   #16
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....... We've been getting a lot more US members joining recently.

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Can't we have a poll to see if we want our Sceptic Cousins visiting? I mean.. they keep celebrating their independence from us and still they want to keep visiting. Feckin' cheek if you ask me... bit like an ex-wife... after the divorce, would you want her round visiting?.....
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Old 27 January 2006, 08:46   #17
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Don't you mean septic?

Anyway, everyone's welcome here if they play nicely. Even the Welsh.

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Old 27 January 2006, 10:26   #18
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Can't we have a poll to see if we want our Sceptic Cousins visiting? I mean.. they keep celebrating their independence from us and still they want to keep visiting. Feckin' cheek if you ask me... bit like an ex-wife... after the divorce, would you want her round visiting?.....
We've only squabbled twice, while we've stood together many more times since then. Let's not get testy about it!
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