I'm sorry but this is his 3rd post about the EXACT SAME QUESTION. And I have already CLEARLY answered his question 2 times, in addition to corresponding via PM's with EXACTLY what he wanted to know....
Is one who posts in the newbie section still considered a newbie when that individual has over 300 posts? Not trying to pour gas on the fire, just curious....He wanted a third opinion. Point is, the rule is no flaming newbies. Please refer to our Terms of Service on questioning decisions by mods/admins.
Hmm, why is it then that I have a few PMs from you in my inbox??dabears- you have not talked about this with me via pm stop the lie's they just show how immature you are.
second, i don't want to spend 250 on a part and not have it work. i've had a long tiring weekend and i honestly am just too tired to think.
third, post count means shit. go to any audio, pc, or othe forum and you'll see people with 1000+ posts that don't know a thing about stuff. i've said it before and i'll say it again, anything electrical or audio i can do with my eyes closed. engine stuff is still new to me as i never modded my other cars.
I am with Dave and the other mods on this one, glad they are taking steps to curve this type of behavior. flaming newbies will limit their participation, discourage new membership and cause long time members to not participate or leave.own, schmown. I just want this general bad attitude seeming to spread throughout this board to stop. It's bad enough the MS section is like RX-8 club sometimes.
I do not think Matt is a bad guy and I would say the same for probably 98% who post on this board. Just sometimes things get out of hand and people can take a position they later regret. I myself have come across as a dich on occasions and later regretted it.
However, I am serious. Flaming newbs or flaming in this section VERBOTEN ist!
The Warning System will now be strictly enforced in this section and we will now suspend member posting privileges for violations of the flaming rule. The length of the suspension will be at the discretion of the admin/mod handling the situation.