I don't know about all that. But your post got me to think. And me thinking is a rarity, so pay attention.
Here's the scenario:
A new poster wanders into RedsZone. He/she is given SunDeck status and can't post in ORG. Why would he read ORG, since he can't post there? Why after hundreds/thousands of post solely in Sundeck and making friends in SunDeck would he want to be essentially ban from posting where his "buddies' are at in SunDeck and post with complete strangers in ORG? I think I would have little incentive to move "up" to ORG status when my friends are still "down" on SunDeck. That would be like I'm at my neighborhood bar and in order to enter the fancy club down the street, I would have to say bye to the friends I know to meet people i don't know.
Last edited by RBA; 05-31-2007 at 12:27 AM.
I am new here. I was wondering why I couldn't post in Old Reds Guard, but now I read this and see that there has been some major conflict going on here. I am no Reds fan, but I hear this is the best place to talk Reds baseball. Looks like a good place. Its just a shame this conflict has risen.
Looking forward to getting to know many of you.
Or if you are a married internationally known star but you take up with a stripper from VegasThat would be like I'm at my neighborhood bar and in order to enter the fancy club down the street, I would have to say bye to the friends I know to meet people i don't know.
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