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  2. GTABeancounter

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    I just read the "approaching neutral" article on innerfidelity and noticed the following comment from "Three Toes" that was posted on September 6th. He makes a couple more relevant points and then says the following apropos of nothing:

    "I ventured to another audio forum recently (to remain unnamed) and after posting some positive words about an amp company, I was met with a huge amount of negative feedback that my comments were not structured the way the site dictated they should be and a lot of mockery for my positive comments. Im well aware that when it comes to any open forum on the internet, its par for the course that there will be alot of trolling and negative-for-negatives-sake, but i was really disappointed with the way this audio site handled new input and positive comments."
    Read more at https://www.innerfidelity.com/content/approaching-neutral#2VcMLRskd8oVxhex.99

    I don't want to be mean spirited but the following is probably more factually correct.....

    "I barged into another audio forum recently without introducing myself or bothering to follow some of their very simple rules. After trying to give a prominent member of the trade a sloppy rim job, I was met with some constructive criticism that my comments were not structured in the manner that a coherent human with a 3rd grade or higher education would post. Not to mention, they thought my well thought out post was "noise". They made fun of me because one of my first posts would have made more sense on tinder. I'm well aware that I have a hard time following simple requests but i was really disappointed with the way this audio site handled my ass kissing and fanboism. The other site I frequent is far more tolerant of me"
     
  3. DigMe

    DigMe Needs a baby bottle

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    Nailed it!
     
  4. elguapo

    elguapo Gringos falling from the skys

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    This might just be an undercover campaign to limit SBAF's rando traffic.
     
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