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m.j.g.
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i know sum ppl dont like unregistered users and i understand. but we have rights too! we usually make good posts and are always polite. i like these forums a lot but i am scared that being unregsitered will mean i have to leave. please let us stay and help our education.
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(Original post by m.j.g.)
i know sum ppl dont like unregistered users and i understand. but we have rights too! we usually make good posts and are always polite. i like these forums a lot but i am scared that being unregsitered will mean i have to leave. please let us stay and help our education.
So why don't you just register?
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i know sum ppl dont like unregistered users and i understand. but we have rights too! we usually make good posts and are always polite. i like these forums a lot but i am scared that being unregsitered will mean i have to leave. please let us stay and help our education.
Solution: REGISTER.

You get the benefits of being able to PM other members instead of pestering them for their email addresses.
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Well if being unregistered means you have to leave....why wouldn't you want to register?

It does seem a bit strange to me to be unregistered and not be recognised at all, rather than register and establish a proper identity. But either way, I'm not all that bothered to be honest.
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Solution: REGISTER.

You get the benefits of being able to PM other members instead of pestering them for their email addresses.
I've never done that mate.
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(Original post by m.j.g)
I've never done that mate.
If you're so bothered about your 'education' then you would register, mate.
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I've never done that mate.
Hypothetically. If you ever needed to get in contact with someone from the board in private...
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If you're so bothered about your 'education' then you would register, mate.
but i hear it is difficult to register
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but i hear it is difficult to register
Takes about 2 minutes. Not very much to fill in at all - unlike some websites.
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but i hear it is difficult to register
How is it difficult?
You just press register, fill in a few detailes and bob's your uncle.
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How is it difficult?
You just press register, fill in a few detailes and bob's your uncle.
i dont want bob to be my uncle
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Registering is stupid. Once you're registered, you're tagged to a name. You can't have any fun, you have to obey the rules, you have worry about not being banned, pleasing the mods, making friends, not upsetting people and sticking to your opinion. Frankly, it's not worth it. If you're unregistered, you're a free spirit and you can say, do and create what you like.
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Registering is stupid. Once you're registered, you're tagged to a name. You can't have any fun, you have to obey the rules, you have worry about not being banned, pleasing the mods, making friends, not upsetting people and sticking to your opinion. Frankly, it's not worth it. If you're unregistered, you're a free spirit and you can say, do and create what you like.
Dont forget the secret initiation test, you gotta do the hokey pokey.
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Dont forget the secret initiation test, you gotta do the hokey pokey.
:confused: d just let me in straight... with a slap on the arse :confused:
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:confused: d just let me in straight... with a slap on the arse :confused:
Was that before or after he slipped that drug in your drink?
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Registering is stupid. Once you're registered, you're tagged to a name. You can't have any fun, you have to obey the rules, you have worry about not being banned, pleasing the mods, making friends, not upsetting people and sticking to your opinion. Frankly, it's not worth it. If you're unregistered, you're a free spirit and you can say, do and create what you like.
if you have an opinion, but don't have the balls to say so and take responsibilty for it, then you just log off and post your reply as an unreg'd. simple as that.

also you kan have kool sigs
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Registering is stupid. Once you're registered, you're tagged to a name. You can't have any fun, you have to obey the rules, you have worry about not being banned, pleasing the mods, making friends, not upsetting people and sticking to your opinion.
as an unreg you are tagged as a nuiscence maker, most people ignore them.

and you dont need to please the mods, we're much more lenient with people we know!
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i dont want bob to be my uncle
You don't? *disappointed*
Too bad.
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