Ron and Parker Must Be Doing a Good Job

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Dan Keefe, Aug 31, 2002.

  1. Dan Keefe

    Dan Keefe Second Unit

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    ...Because I really haven't seen any behavior that they mention about once every other month. They must lay the smack down quickly and quietly. Anyway, if they feel it necessary to keep posting those Announcements, I'm cool with that. This forum is unlike any other I have seen on the net. A lot of forums try to(or at least pretend to) keep things respectable...
    So, Take that as an Expression of my gratitude Ron and Parker. Your hard work and dedication to this forum seems to get overlooked I think.
    Thanks... for making this one of the coolest places on the web to hang out


    dan
     
  2. JayV

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    I couldn't agree more, Dan. Around five bans a week? Isn't that less than 2 % of new sign-ups? I know that these numbers don't reveal all the headaches Ron and Parker have (like sending warnings to people behaving badly or helping me -- er, people -- with lost passwords).

    It's human nature to say things aren't as good as "back in the day," but HTF continues to maintain very high standards. HTF continues to be a model on-line community, both technically and in the level of content. For example, I specifically chose to run UBB for a business purpose because that's what HTF used at the time.

    I don't think we need examples of the staggering amount of solid content on this board. If Ron and Parker had a nickel for every time someone said "I read on Home Theater Forum..." I bet they could hire henchmen to handle their HTF-related headaches.

    Credit goes to Ron and Parker as well as the regulars who make up the HTF community. Thanks everyone!

    -j
     
  3. Vince Maskeeper

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    We prefer the term "moderators" to henchmen. [​IMG]
    -V
     
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  5. Jack Briggs

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    "Grim reapers"? [​IMG]
     
  6. Bill Kane

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    YES, Jack, that wud be an honorable title.
    Here's a GREAT FLASH
    To me, the Grim Reapers is the name of a WorldWarII fighter squadron aboard the USS Enterprise CV-6. My dad was Squadron Leader. The tradition continues as a Navy training squadron at Oceana NAS, Virginia[​IMG]
     
  7. Ronald Epstein

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    Guys,

    This is so nice to read.

    Thank You
     
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    TheoGB Screenwriter

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    Theo, do you know how hard it is to get an Evil sidekick? Heck, most truely evil, mad scientists have to go arround building/creating thier evil sidekicks. I am certain most of the mods would love just having a sidekick, and really don't need the added weight of going about making an evil sidekick.... [​IMG]
    BTW, I have to jump in and say, thanks guys.
     

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