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Old 01-26-2018, 10:30 PM   #21
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Try going to User CP on the left side of the red header, and click on group memberships. I believe you can sign up there.
Thank you, leeman, and yes, that's how you join to gain access ti OTDE. So long since I did, I'd fogotten myself, tsk tsk, and me a moderator and all. Actually we are automaticelly entered for that so we can keep an eye on it, so I probably never did go through the process. That's my story anyway, and I'm sticking to it.

So, now you know, but think carefully and tread in there even more carefully, as it is not moderated, and you'll sometimes see sides to some on there, that compared to their usual persona, might shock. So, be warned...
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Old 01-27-2018, 01:51 AM   #22
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Personally, I appreciate the work the moderators do, especially on "free" forums. Sometimes things work so smoothly we forget about the moderators.

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So do I Jim. I never intended the post to be political. My comments regarding the size of the post was just a remark as I could believe how large it had become.

But I do appreciate the Mods and thank them for their hard work.
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So do I Jim. I never intended the post to be political. My comments regarding the size of the post was just a remark as I could believe how large it had become.

But I do appreciate the Mods and thank them for their hard work.
Well, hopefully your original point got through which is regardless of political feelings regarding marijuana or drugs or law enforcement, letting anyone on your boat with marijuana is most ill advised and puts you at risk. There are degrees of that risk and you'll have to decide whether you're willing to take it or not.
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Well, hopefully your original point got through which is regardless of political feelings regarding marijuana or drugs or law enforcement, letting anyone on your boat with marijuana is most ill advised and puts you at risk. There are degrees of that risk and you'll have to decide whether you're willing to take it or not.
Thanks. I try not to burr under the anyone's saddle (unless it id Crusty). Just trying to be in formable and keep my fellow TFs out of the dungeon.
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So do I Jim. I never intended the post to be political. My comments regarding the size of the post was just a remark as I could believe how large it had become.

But I do appreciate the Mods and thank them for their hard work.
Thanks for that ASD. Now, y'all might want to have a look at this.

http://www.trawlerforum.com/forums/s...ved-36760.html

We will try to do this for future thread moves to Harbour Chat or OTDE.
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