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Sun Dec 11, 2011, 04:21 AM

 

When regular posters here begin to check in to conspiracies --

would be good, imo, to begin to find a way to keep a VERY CURRENT

LIST OF NEW POSTINGS ON CONSPIRACIES --

but also after the thread wanes to get some separation between the

conspiracies - we don't need much --


Maybe I'm wrong??? Could be -- we can work with it as it was -- but

think we need to give a little thought to this?


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Mon Dec 12, 2011, 01:07 PM

1. periods are your friend

Hard - to - read what you are - over there look - are wrong??? - talking about - cold shower plumber above green corn pins - yesterday ?

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Mon Dec 12, 2011, 05:21 PM

2. Hi D&P

If you subscribe to the group, then you can click on the tab "My subscriptions" and the newest posts will show up. I think this is a very neat feature!

As far as categorizing them, the only way I can think of is to create a number of "sub groups". I am not sure this is possible, and, if it is, I think this might end up being more trouble than it is worth. This would entail having the members click down to the appropriate sub group for each new thread posting.

This group is not that active, so, IMO, I don't think it is necessary to separate topics.

Just my humble opinion here.

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