Tried that. Haven't you noticed how many threads now have me as the most recent poster. The threads I start get like 6 replies - not counting my replies to the replies - then die.grande man said:No offence intended, but if you think things are moving to slowly, why not post more? Start threads, post pics, reply to existing threads.
Brunton said:Trains.com is the better of the two for one reason (and this will piss off some people here - sorry): attitude. This forum comes across as a lot more clique-ish than Trains.com. There's also a real attitude of "THOSE guys are too stupid to come over here where the REAL modelers are!"
Yeah, there's no real analyzing of perceptions - things strike you one way, and me another, and a third person differently, too, even though we all look at the same thing.grande man said:Hum, I haven't seen that at all. This has got to be one of the friendliest forums on the web. Differing viewpoints, I guess.
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