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if you can, try and check the date of the original thread before commenting. Sometimes you're responding to someone's 2-year old post! I've done this a couple of times without even realizing it.

Sun. May 18, 4:02am

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If you have also done this, then why chastise others for doing the same thing??? Maybe it's a topic that one wants to comment on. Why fault someone for the mistakes that you have made yourself??? Sounds like a superiority complex to me.

Sunday, May 18, 2008, 5:52 AM

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Is there a set of thread rules somewhere? What difference does it make if a person responds to something that is two years old? The OP or anyone else doesn't need to read it if they don't want to. If someone coming in two years later wants to read it that is okay too.

Sunday, May 18, 2008, 7:39 AM

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Some people come to these older threads via search engines, and they want to comment. Sometimes that search brings them to the site and to our community. I'm sure there are a ton of other reasons as well-- try to be accommodating of others contexts.


Sunday, May 18, 2008, 9:12 AM

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What is wrong with you people that you have to attack the OP with nasty pop psychology crap for such a harmless comment?

I'm a big fan of reviving relevant old threads (the kind Habib is referring to), but I believe she was referring to ones like the husband's porn thread and what to do about other marital/work/OT situations that, a year or two later (and sometimes even a month or two later) are completely pointless to revisit. Not only has the timeliness of the situation long since passed, but the originator of those threads probably isn't even using PT anymore.

Sunday, May 18, 2008, 10:57 AM

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it amazes me how many people here are so concerned with what and how others post. *shaking head*

Sunday, May 18, 2008, 11:21 AM

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10:57 AM

I'm the OP of the thread. Thanks for being so understanding, that was exactly what I was referring to and that was my exact reasoning behind it.

Sunday, May 18, 2008, 5:05 PM

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