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My time here has not been long unlike some of the other places but I can say I have taken a lot from this place and hopefully given some back. But the purpose of this thread is to complement This site. Since I have been posting here I have read things that would normally get people arguing but to my supprise I see everyone act in a very proffesional way. If some one post in the wrong section you simply move the thread without rip that person a new one unlike a couple of the other forums.
I guess what I am trying to say is that I have found the forum that is best for me. Thanks to everyone for helping me when I am lost and confused and doing so in a manner that is helpful.
Glad you've been enjoying time here and have been able to take a lot of information out to help you. By + large, everything does tend to stay quite polite and well mannered, but not always Hope you stay around the forums for some time to come!