But your first post at the Pub is once in a lifetime.But you may say to yourself "this is not my beautiful post!"
And you may say "this is not my beautiful font!"
You clearly haven't been to hell.A thread on the Pub came up in an Internet search about a game - I was relying more on Internet searches about games rather than forums. Anyway, I checked the thread out and started to explore more of the Pub. I found that I really appreciated the vibe here - gaming, not drama. I recognized some cool people from other forums and it felt good to talk about games again.
Mostly, you're all funnier than hell.
Welcome to madness!I had a long exchange of e-mails about GURPS and its direction and prospects with a friend of mine who writes for GURPS. Perhaps hoping to distract me, he sent me a link to a discussion here. I read it, found that many of the participants had interesting things to say and put them well, and that the place in general seems pleasantly free from the conflict and rancour that I have found unbearable on some of the RPG discussion sites you might mention. So I registered an account.
Welcome!I had been posting a long time ago on the now long defunct 3ebb forum (not sure anyone even knows about it anymore) and some smaller forums.
I stopped posting and just read forums to mine for ideas and reviews. I gave up even reading rpg.net as it slowly became wrapped up in itself so I followed much of what was being posted on therpgsite. It also became wrapped up in itself and I saw that some of the users created this site while others came with them. So I came lurking over here and figured I'd finally join in. I'm mostly a professional lurker these days elsewhere.
It's hard for me to keep up with fast moving threads due to life's schedule. If I disappear from a thread, know that I've still read all the replies. I'm just a few days behind.
This is why I like forums over FB or Reddit or whatever. But yeah I can’t keep up with the NASCAR posters either. ;)It's hard for me to keep up with fast moving threads due to life's schedule. If I disappear from a thread, know that I've still read all the replies. I'm just a few days behind.