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Jes Roth
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Old post #1 posted Aug 24th 2015, 13:59:51 Quote 
Not as a rule, But as a courtesy

What does everyone think?

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Old post #2 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:01:49 Quote 
only if you have over 1700 forum posts
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Old post #3 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:02:20 Quote 
if it is not BS that they post why not everyone?

I know this is about what Roland posted but he is partially right about what he said although he could have said it in a different way.
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Old post #4 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:05:40 Quote 
1100 to go for me


That was another option I was thinking, but wasnt sure how to add it

Depends on how long youve been playing. If you been around since the beginning, but never made it to Elite, seems ok
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Old post #5 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:06:09 Quote 
Anyone who has raced in Elite, past or present

Jes Roth
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Old post #6 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:06:52 Quote 
This is for fun/information gathering

NO HATERS. Please
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Old post #7 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:09:34 Quote 
More than 500 races. :)
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Old post #8 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:11:55 Quote 
Anyone. Doesn't really matter if you've raced in Elite or not. Just bring some fun with you. ;)
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Old post #9 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:18:26 Quote 
Quote ( Jimmy De Roy @ August 24th 2015,14:02:20 )

if it is not BS that they post why not everyone?

I know this is about what Roland posted but he is partially right about what he said although he could have said it in a different way.


I honestly believe that was sarcasm, it didn't seem serious to me at least.
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Old post #10 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:28:34 Quote 
How about only the ones that are currently in Elite and have won the championship at least 3 times?

That'll weed out all the riff-raff! ;-)

PS: as said above, I don't think Roland's post was all that bad.
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Old post #11 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:29:04 (last edited Aug 24th 2015, 14:33:32 by Mattias Svensson) Quote 
Quote ( Jimmy De Roy @ August 24th 2015,14:02:20 )

I know this is about what Roland posted but he is partially right about what he said although he could have said it in a different way.


Look back a little further and you will see the discussion between Stuart Foster and Jõao Monteiro. Roland was just joking about it.

EDIT It appears to me that you agree with Monteiro, while Roland agrees with Foster.


The only serious part of Rolands post below:
Quote ( Roland Postle @ August 24th 2015,00:21:36 )

Being serious: if having all the riff-raff posting here a lot livens up the thread personally I'm all for it. Even Stuart's rants ;)

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Old post #12 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:38:24 Quote 
Anyone who is a supporter regardless of group.
I think this option is good for the game and an incentive to those who are not suporteri to be.
I also am not always unable to pay but I love this game and I pay every season.
That's my opinion and attitude. Know that I will be for many run afoul of - sorry.
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Old post #13 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:41:21 Quote 
Roland was clearly messing, people are too easily offended!

I had no idea riff raff were encouraged to post there, I shall begin immediately!
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Old post #14 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:41:22 (last edited Aug 24th 2015, 14:42:51 by Jimmy De Roy) Quote 
Quote ( Mattias Svensson @ August 24th 2015,14:29:04 )

DIT It appears to me that you agree with Monteiro, while Roland agrees with Foster.


Yep i agree with Jõao, i have sent him PM about it.
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Old post #15 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:46:09 Quote 
Why are you even creating this topic, you're in amateur.
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Old post #16 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:49:55 Quote 
Because, Im curious of what people think.

Trying to revive the 'more dead' forums.

Why not
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Old post #17 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:51:27 (last edited Aug 24th 2015, 14:51:39 by Ethan Littlejohns) Quote 
Stuart Foster posted in my amateur 14 group forum before. :O

Someone create a poll to see if others should post in A14!
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Old post #18 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:53:04 Quote 
Only people in Elite group. I mean it's called the Elite group forum for a reason. If others want to talk about it, make a topic in another part of the forum.
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Old post #19 posted Aug 24th 2015, 14:59:14 (last edited Aug 24th 2015, 15:06:14 by Jes Roth) Quote 
Quote ( Ethan Littlejohns @ August 24th 2015,14:51:27 )

Stuart Foster posted in my amateur 14 group forum before. :O

Someone create a poll to see if others should post in A14!


If you don't like my poll, dont participate, but there is a segment of GPRO users that might be interested in how the community feels about this.

Why don't you and Finn go tweet about it...


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Old post #20 posted Aug 24th 2015, 15:03:11 (last edited Aug 24th 2015, 15:05:47 by Ethan Littlejohns) Quote 
Quote ( Jes Roth @ August 24th 2015,14:59:14 )

If you don't like my poll, dont participate, but there is a segment of GPRO users that might be intetested in how the community feels about this.

Why don't you and Finn go tweet about it...


Sorry I forgot the sarcasm tag.

And I've already participated in the poll.

Edit: If you want my opinion. I think a lot of this forum has become boring. I only am interested in the elite forum and silly games forum now. I don't want the elite forum to become a couple of posts per week. I want to see discussions. Everyone should post in my opinion. (But only if they have something interesting to say, I don't want that forum to become as boring as the rest).
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Old post #21 posted Aug 24th 2015, 15:11:09 Quote 
Anyone.
Elite is the place where we all wish to be, it's only natural that many of us look at that topic and occasionally some could feel the need to post, even if only to congratulate one of the top managers of the game.

But we should always remember to be extremely respectful when posting there, because we are like guests in that topic while those racing in Elite are in their own home. That's why I didn't like Stuart posts lately: even if he had a point, he appeared disrespectful IMHO.
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Old post #22 posted Aug 24th 2015, 15:49:24 Quote 
Thanks for wasting 8 minutes of my life.
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Old post #23 posted Aug 24th 2015, 15:52:15 Quote 
You should be allowed to post in any group thread, I plan to keep posting in the A64 thread this season (they don't know it yet) because it's the best thread on the forum.
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Old post #24 posted Aug 24th 2015, 15:53:26 Quote 
Anyone who wants to discuss things in a civil way is free to post in the Elite forum.

Respect first of all.
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Old post #25 posted Aug 24th 2015, 15:54:16 Quote 
Who really cares though?
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Old post #26 posted Aug 24th 2015, 16:55:20 Quote 
I'm not sure what I think about this

I hope others find this information useful
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Old post #27 posted Aug 24th 2015, 16:56:53 Quote 
Quote ( Jes Roth @ August 24th 2015,14:49:55 )

Because, Im curious of what people think.

Trying to revive the 'more dead' forums.

Why not

I think this is the reason the forums are dead.
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Old post #28 posted Aug 24th 2015, 16:57:18 Quote 
Tbh most of the old guys from pro 4, especially those who have promoted ate forever moaning in the forum that they miss the forum and racing xD I plan if I get out to carry on posting there a lot and other things so yeah, leave it open :p
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Old post #29 posted Aug 24th 2015, 16:58:33 Quote 
Doesn't the elite group already have a forum like the rest of us?

And any forum that requires "x" amount of posts is just asking for trouble.

Remember when Kshitij was under the impression he had to make like 5000 posts? yeah..
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Old post #30 posted Aug 24th 2015, 17:01:44 (last edited Aug 24th 2015, 17:04:37 by Alexandru Morcov) Quote 
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That's all! Anyone can see Elite forum!!
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