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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 11, 2011.
Why, is there a limit on threads or something? What's wrong with venting?
I have no issue with venting as I do it as well. I just don't see the point in having 30 threads which basically repeat the same vents over and over.
But if enough don't care about that, I can leave it alone. Less work for me.
I know we shot our self's in the foot with play calling the holdout ect ect.
But as fan's we should respect the Jags a big physical team that could run the ball on anybody.
Also as much as I hate to say it this lost is on munchak Rio had his guys ready and we did not with penaltys ect ect...
We should've used Harper more than what we did. He may have been good for 50 yards at least. Yesterday seemed like a Fisherism to me...
real talk the merging thing is out of hand...half the threads made are merged with other threads and I never see what they were about..
i care! it's kinda annoying seeing those 30 threads in a row... it's like having 30 kids in one room crying about the same toy that taken away because they couldnt share...
I can certainly see the reasoning for all the merging. But I for the life of me can't figure out why a couple of potentially worthwhile discussion threads were merged while jesse's "titans suck" thread remains intact. Considering all he did was repeat the same crap he had been saying all day long in the gameday thread it seems it should've been a prime target for merging.
I agree. When so may threads get merged into one it makes it nearly impossible to navigate and keep a discussion going. However, that's certainly not all the mods. Members need to control themselves after a big loss/win and not make a new thread every single time a thought pops into their head.
It's annoying seeing 20+ new threads pop up right after a game (and I know it's even more annoying for the mods). On the other side of the coin, it's annoying seeing some good thread topics getting merged into the abyss. I for one am in favor of warnings and then bans for chronic pointless thread starters. We all know there are a handful of usual suspects.
Tell you what. Let's let it go this Sunday and see how it shakes out.
I love how we use our best vertical threat (Nate), who's also 170 lbs on a good day, to run 8 yard curls the whole game.
I think that's a good idea. Sometimes threads that could be interesting do merge too quickly.
Yet the douche waste "i told you so (and will ignore any times I told you something wrong)" threads don't get merged.