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Raptor wrote:I would enjoy seeing a top banner that appears a little professionally done, something that doesn't look as if it was hastily slapped together in MS Paint in 1996.
Vivisect wrote:maybe this happening to the boards was a good thing. When I came back I was surprised to see how dead the site had become. When hyper had told me about the price of the website I was surprised to see how inexpensive it was and was tempted to purchase it (which I still am). This site I came to when I was 14 and shared some great times, drama, and just pure kicking the **** with people.
My biggest concern is that the core group, the veterans, the people who have been in this site since the beginning, before people like myself and sabredog and others arrived... some of you guys need to calm down. Honestly, if it wasn't for sabredog and other members which I eventually got friendly with, I would have left. There's a plethora of other web forums available in which the same topics can be discussed. If every new member comes in here introducing themselves in this manner: "hey guys how r u im new here, hope 2 have fun"... well I'm sorry, but I don't agree with everyone bum rushing the guy about how he needs to learn how to spell. Did it ever occur to you that you at one point described yourself this way? Not everyone in this website is our age and some are just kids who want a community to be a part of simply because maybe they feel like an outcast in real life.
Why not make a seperate board for veteran members, in which, regardless of being moderator or not, it a place where we can enjoy the circle jerk. If we can't get over our egos then... well sure revive it and enjoy reading a post every week.
I myself am willing to contribute ideas, money, and anything else need be to keep this website running. After a while I felt like I had to reconnect with this place and I'm glad I did. VGC can really be successful, if you let it be.
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