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Voski

Regional Forums

another forum I post at has regional forums split up into differnt sections ex socal, midwest, southwest, ect... and it makes asking some questiosn easier like where do you get your tobbaco or what place has a good price and such I think it would be pretty helpfull to have something like this.

www.vwvortex.com has the regional forums if you guys want some type of reference

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I kinda like the ONE big happy hookah community like we have here. But again, that kind of change would require the Admins to do.

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QUOTE (mushrat @ Aug 25 2007, 04:32 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I kinda like the ONE big happy hookah community like we have here. But again, that kind of change would require the Admins to do.


i agree having one big community is good too but for some questions it doesnt work to well and sortof makes things unorginzed for example.

If i want to know where some good lounges are its easier if i just ask people around my area as apposed to the world. Or what place has starbuzz for the cheapest ect... like the cheapest iv found is 17 bucks in burbank but that wouldnt make sense to you since you dont live in so cal.

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i find whenever i see a canadian member i often pm them with a few quastions about where they live and where they purchase supplies. Would be nice to have a little canadian forum. But then again i wonder how many users here would use it.

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yeah i like the idea of having a regional forum and all but i see that nebraska was overlooked in the process why is that?

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QUOTE (wpw36 @ Jan 22 2008, 06:56 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
yeah i like the idea of having a regional forum and all but i see that nebraska was overlooked in the process why is that?


No one asked for it. You want it?

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I think that regional posts lack what I was originally asking for.

Pretty much all we can post is that we live in this area and we aren't aloud to ask questions. Separate sub forums is a better idea because people can make new threads asking local questions and the only people that will look at them will be locals. Which organizes posts and keeps posts out of the general forum.

I know its pretty much the same argument as before but I do not understand why we would want a big cluster of random posts where a majority of the viewers can't answer your questions.

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QUOTE (voski @ Mar 13 2008, 08:32 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I think that regional posts lack what I was originally asking for.

Pretty much all we can post is that we live in this area and we aren't aloud to ask questions. Separate sub forums is a better idea because people can make new threads asking local questions and the only people that will look at them will be locals. Which organizes posts and keeps posts out of the general forum.

I know its pretty much the same argument as before but I do not understand why we would want a big cluster of random posts where a majority of the viewers can't answer your questions.

I think it makes some sort of sense not having regional forums, because maybe not always can one person answer the whole question , but everybody adds their $0.02 and in the end the guy/gal gets a answer.

but ya...my $0.02 on the topic biggrin.gif

-H&S

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