- Jan 22, 2004
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just wondering =)
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I'm pretty amazed that I subjected myself to that. Of course, the advertisements in the magazine were always so intriguing. I had to ask myself, "what is this mystical place called the GQ Forum? Hmmm..."I am so amused sometimes that I ever even read the GQ forum since the quality of content on there was very poor.
THAT was it. haha, I couldn't remember exactly what the situation was... man, that guy was terrible. Sorry to laugh at your misfortune, GQL; I can remember when you kept telling this guy that you had a fiancee (noting the two E's, of course). Knock on wood that we won't have any trouble like the GQ forum.Â I was just thinking about how funny, yet obnoxious the old GQ forum was... remember when GQAirlinePilot (a troll) professed his love for GQLawyer (the guy who still posts here)... hahah.
I presume that is the only way to deal with addiction of any kind.So, he decided to employ what he referred to as 'all-or-nothing' self-control. He said he was never good with moderation and decided to leave the forum completely.
I had almost forgotten about the set-up; that was very annoying. I had to write down the number of my post (since the entire forum was a continuous scroll) if I wanted to have any hope of checking for replies....the GQ Forum was so poorly designed that it was nearly impossible to follow the threads that led me to this group.
I have no idea if the GQ Forum still has the same layout, but at the time it was one of those annoying message boards where you would have to scroll through about 10 pages just to find out if anyone had responded to your post or your reply.