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Aug 27, 2008 10:29 pm

yeah, well tell that to someone who exposed someone's photo and this person deleted most of his posts.  You eat your young. 

If you only want registered reps here, then the admins will have to prove you are a registered rep.  Don't mention me and I won't post again.  Using me as your guinea pig to only allow reps...well, that's unfair.  I'll stop posting - but I will defend myself if someone tries to trash me.  I'm the initiator who stopped the cyberbullying here...and it's a much better site.  Remember Bobby Hulls comment to me: sit in your momm's lap and light a match as well as trying to hunt me down, Ferris exposing and posting ips: he's shown his caliber and he's giving advice to admins here on how to run this site when I've mentioned what goes on with his & bhull's site.. .  I've helped the site.  I'll stop posting but if you just want registered reps to post here alone, take that up with the admin and you stop any rookie or person who may want to learn more about the career field and the loss of these people will hurt the business here, too.

Aug 27, 2008 10:41 pm

Charlie,

  Look, I agree with you.  Gotta have a civil board.   What I don't agree with is that you think the admins should listen to you.   You're not one of us by your own admission.   I think those who are looking into this industry should join forums like this to learn and ask appropriate questions (after using the "SEARCH" function).   However, this should be a forum meant for professionals in our industry only, not for the general public.  The last thing we all need is someone to ask a "planning" question and get some advice and then to sue the board when they act on advice that isn't suitable for them.   There are other aspects of our profession that I don't want to be public - like all the ethical dilemnas we all face and the stories of lying, stealing, cheating, etc.  That stuff should be kept within the industry, not for the public to view or participate in.
Aug 28, 2008 9:23 am

Charlie , you referenced my " Skunk " quote but I note that you conveniently negleted to quote my other post as to ignore and move on. I guess that would be called " selective " references. I’m moving on …why don’t you

Aug 28, 2008 10:19 am

There are regulations that we have to deal with concerning communication with the public.  I don't feel comfortable posting here with the general public here.  Later

Aug 28, 2008 10:51 am

the label that comes on the magazine subscription has a unique identifier, use that when you sign up here.