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Mandy
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Postby Mandy » Sat Jan 21, 2006 7:38 pm

Hi there!

I am passing on part of an email I received from a chow owner who has given me some private advice on how to deal with Chewies recent injury. He wanted to post... well here is what he had to say.

i used to be a regular on chowchow.org
then it changed
i was just on there and saw your string on ACL

i wanted to post but it wanted me to log in

what i liked about the old chow.org was one could just post .. no
nevermimd log in or nuttin

true there was some ugly stuff came in but how many chowist do not
post for want of a log in ?

please pass along to the moderator that it is a sad trade off to deny
the passing visitor a remark just because of fear, fear of the
odd remark a unlogged person might make.
id regester but got to figure out an ID and use the sameome every
time then a password, just too much, id rather run in the midnight
whind with the hero chow singing down spirits from the sky

Just wanted you to know what he thought. Thanks for reading.

Mandy

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Postby kingalls » Mon Mar 27, 2006 2:22 pm

Hi Mandy,
I read your reference to Michael not posting on this site and looked back at this email you sent. I do miss his posts.
It would be very easy for him to set up the account once and then set up his PC to automatically log in each time. It make is seamless to log on now.
I would love to see "herochow" on this site.

Karen

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Postby chowadmin » Tue Mar 28, 2006 3:27 pm

I have opened up the Community Discussion Forum to the public. This will allow those that do not wish to register to post and reply to topics in that forum. They will need to register if they wish to post or reply to topics under any other forum. I encourage everyone to register since it's very easy and it helps build the community aspect of the site.

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Postby Auddymay » Fri Mar 31, 2006 12:46 pm

this is only a test :D


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