06:22PM | 06/23/05
Member Since: 06/12/05
4 lifetime posts
I have just noticed that, once posted, a post cannot be altered or deleted. Sometimes it is wise to shorten, improve or change information. In this case the store concept is probably dead because of cost, but if it did happen it would be no more than 2000 square feet, no more than half of that mentioned above.

Because prior posts cannot be changed or deleted, this is my last post on this website. If one makes any type of error -- for instance, posting a 'pie in the sky' idea that shortly proves impractical -- it remains here in its original form for eternity.


06:57PM | 06/23/05
Member Since: 06/06/03
1250 lifetime posts
Hi swwwcb,

You're right...we no longer have the ability to edit our own posts (we used to have this a couple of years ago). While the BBS improvements helped in many ways, we lost some features I still miss.

It's not uncommon to see corrections to posts (I do it myself).

I think our good far outweighs the bad, however. We do ask questions and (usually) get answers; we have dialogue; we (usually) have some fun.

Please give it a chance from time to time. I know it's not perfect. But it's not that bad, and improvements do come from time to time!


-k2 in CO

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