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Why do so many people on here seem intent on creating divide after divide? Whether it be newbie v non-newbie; subscriber v non-subscriber; mods v the rest of the world?

This is UK-Learning, a forum set up to help peeps with all things aimed at self improvement, be it through Uni or a job. So what if you only joined a week ago - it doesn't make your comments any less valid. Just 'cos one can see an extra forum to others is no indication of supremacy, nor is having the ability to delete threads.

Should we not stop concentrating on what others have or have not and get down to using this forum for it's intended purpose?
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And who would these people be?
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:applause:
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Why do so many people on here seem intent on creating divide after divide? Whether it be newbie v non-newbie; subscriber v non-subscriber; mods v the rest of the world?

This is UK-Learning, a forum set up to help peeps with all things aimed at self improvement, be it through Uni or a job. So what if you only joined a week ago - it doesn't make your comments any less valid. Just 'cos one can see an extra forum to others is no indication of supremacy, nor is having the ability to delete threads.

Should we not stop concentrating on what others have or have not and get down to using this forum for it's intended purpose?
i dunno, people are like that....tis sad....
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Why do so many people on here seem intent on creating divide after divide? Whether it be newbie v non-newbie; subscriber v non-subscriber; mods v the rest of the world?

This is UK-Learning, a forum set up to help peeps with all things aimed at self improvement, be it through Uni or a job. So what if you only joined a week ago - it doesn't make your comments any less valid. Just 'cos one can see an extra forum to others is no indication of supremacy, nor is having the ability to delete threads.

Should we not stop concentrating on what others have or have not and get down to using this forum for it's intended purpose?
Go Oprah!!!
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And who would these people be?
Does it matter?
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Go Oprah!!!
Hurrah!!

Someone with a sense of humour
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Why do so many people on here seem intent on creating divide after divide? Whether it be newbie v non-newbie; subscriber v non-subscriber; mods v the rest of the world?

This is UK-Learning, a forum set up to help peeps with all things aimed at self improvement, be it through Uni or a job. So what if you only joined a week ago - it doesn't make your comments any less valid. Just 'cos one can see an extra forum to others is no indication of supremacy, nor is having the ability to delete threads.

Should we not stop concentrating on what others have or have not and get down to using this forum for it's intended purpose?
im glad to see youve recognised the error of your ways.
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Does it matter?
I would of thought so
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im glad to see youve recognised the error of your ways.
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And who would these people be?
and just when some civilised consensus was appearing across all parties. shame.
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and just when some civilised consensus was appearing across all parties. shame.
Yes the fact that agreements that start to sort out some of the issues that have been raised and then someone posts something likes this
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Yes the fact that agreements that start to sort out some of the issues that have been raised and then someone posts something likes this
id leave it.
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Why do so many people on here seem intent on creating divide after divide? Whether it be newbie v non-newbie; subscriber v non-subscriber; mods v the rest of the world?

This is UK-Learning, a forum set up to help peeps with all things aimed at self improvement, be it through Uni or a job. So what if you only joined a week ago - it doesn't make your comments any less valid. Just 'cos one can see an extra forum to others is no indication of supremacy, nor is having the ability to delete threads.

Should we not stop concentrating on what others have or have not and get down to using this forum for it's intended purpose?
i think it's all about competion and "who's better", which you'll get everywhere, kind of brings in the theory of survival of the fitest:rolleyes:
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Yes the fact that agreements that start to sort out some of the issues that have been raised and then someone posts something likes this
You've not looked at the "newbies" thread that no doubt prompted fluffy to create this thread?

It would appear that a peaceful life isn't what's wanted by all Fluffy - probably worth locking this thread before it becomes another sniping session
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Why do so many people on here seem intent on creating divide after divide? Whether it be newbie v non-newbie; subscriber v non-subscriber; mods v the rest of the world?...
...People who create divides v people who don't.

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id leave it.
Really?

If that were true why did you feel the need to post your first response to the thread?
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id leave it.
I don't intend to comment again on this thread and to Pencil Queen on the newbie situation, that has always been an issue to some people however before no one ever payed them an notice
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Its just daft, I respect a member who has just 50 posts just as much as one thay may have 6000.

We were all equal once, some of us have decided to pay £5 a month to become a subsriber if some people don't like that then don't join its as simple as that.
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Its just daft, I respect a member who has just 50 posts just as much as one thay may have 6000.

We were all equal once, some of us have decided to pay £5 a month to become a subsriber if some people don't like that then don't join its as simple as that.
oh eck what have i done :eek:
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