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What is Proper Etiquette for Resurrecting Old Threads?

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    If only there was a way to prevent the people that hate old threads being opened from having to read them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr1m View Post
    If only there was a way to prevent the people that hate old threads being opened from having to read them.

    Michael
    In this forum there is a "Start" date under the thread tiltle. But, I don't always read the date. If the "Title" sounds good I usually click on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcox4freedom View Post
    In this forum there is a "Start" date under the thread tiltle. But, I don't always read the date. If the "Title" sounds good I usually click on it.
    Sounds like you're implying that everyone should take responsibility on themselves as to whether or not they should read a Zombie thread? Are you aware of the implications of doing this? Next we will be expecting people make decisions on what they should or shouldn't read.

    No, what we need is rules, laws or whatever you choose to call them so that I won't have to look for the date on a post. I should not be held responsible for that. I want others to take care of me.
    J/K....maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr1m View Post
    No, what we need is rules, laws or whatever you choose to call them so that I won't have to look for the date on a post. I should not be held responsible for that. I want others to take care of me.
    J/K....maybe.
    If vB supports this, possibly a filter (check-box option) under User Preferences that would filter out threads older than X months. Something to ask the mods, perhaps, whether such an option exists.
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