C=Style wrote:Everyone's entitled to their opinion but I tend to agree with sscott. I think their a fine line between lively and disruption. It may be fun sitting at the sidelines and reading the arguments, but taking part in them isn't so fun when all you want to do is just chill out and chat about games. Plus new members don't hang about either in such an unwelcome atmosphere and this forum needs some fresh blood. All imo of course.nakamura wrote:Pity you won't join in more mate.sscott wrote: On a side note, a lot of regulars hardly ever post now, have you noticed this? Not attributing this to anyone, just an observation.
Though a disruptive and argumentative forum is still better than a dead one if that's what you're getting at. This forum was never dead though, there has always been good conversations ad threads here, that's why we are regulars I guess.
Yep, fully agree with this. I've been caught out before getting involved in silly arguments and it's not enjoyable. I don't get involved & purposefully stay clear of such bickering. There is a fine line between respectful discussions & personal digs which i feel gets crossed on occasions. If a lively debate constitutes a slanging match between members then count me out. I enjoy games, I certainly don't want to have a playground spat about them. We're supposed to be adults after all.