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Author Topic: PA2 + Onboard DSP?  (Read 772 times)

Scott Holtzman

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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #10 on: June 23, 2017, 04:00:35 pm »

Eh whatever. 



I think you would be better served by those sites.  Water seeks it's own level. 

This is not a help site, nor is it here for your instant gratification just to get you out of a jam.  This is a community of working professionals seeking to improve our knowledge and process.

When you come into somebody else's house you generally sit and listen before speaking.  Likewise you should lurk and see the climate before jumping into the pool.

You had to read the rule on your way to make your post. 




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dick rees

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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #11 on: June 23, 2017, 04:30:44 pm »

Eh whatever. 

I would rather go to websites where the mods find it worthwhile to include links to the rules right on the front door registration page. 

Much better than this website where the mods hide the rules deep in the forum and then get their rocks off slapping people around for not following them.   

If you want people to follow rules...  putting them where they can see them usually works out a little bit better than hiding them.

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Tim McCulloch

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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #12 on: June 26, 2017, 03:57:48 pm »

Methinks Mr. Jack Off will not be missed by our community.

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