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I wish there was a way we could make tbb go away. I know its my own fault for going there but sometimes i can't help it. I would just love it if the board disappeared though
I wouldn't, for all of it's flaws, it's still an awesome board.
Go Blue and Go Titans!
It's certainly not a very friendly place right now for us Michigan fans (exemplified by the buttesnake ban).
There are just far too many SEC fans on there for a national board. I think it's likely a direct result of the group of moderators on tBB not being diverse enough.
This post was edited by ScoutExile 23 months ago
buttesnake had his ban removed, so I am not worried about that.
Other point, that would have to be a major effect from nearly having every SEC team with a site, while other conferences don't (for reasons known to the staff, whether it be because lack of a market, or no sites willing to come aboard yet).
While it's not diverse enough mod-wise, I would agree, I think it more has to do with not enough mods there and some of the ones that are there, don't visit as much (for reasons unknown). I know OldOaken (B1G mod) is a mod there, but I know he has also been absent from the boards lately as well. Maybe a reasonable suggestion to the staff would be to install a few new mods (or just give some of the other teamboard mods that visit there often, mod powers there) when the season starts back up. I know of a few good ones that are not "SEC mods" that are really good, like BornToBeRed (Nebraska) or Hawkifish (Iowa) or even SpartanRocky (MSU).
I hear you, man.
The state of things on the Blue Board has me questioning if I should continue to post here, and that's not a good thing.
Still, it's not like it's the 'wild west' over there or anything, but the atmosphere is totally foul. I do think another Big Ten mod might help, but I think the larger problem is the group of posters on the Blue Board.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by ScoutExile 23 months ago
Yeah, I think I'm going to take a hiatus.
yeah you literally cant say anything there any more with out getting your head ripped off. The negativity is the only thing that bothers me to the point of me bitching about it.
does anybody know if americas cardroom is back to only play money now or still real money also?
almost got the butte impression right but its sposed to be
Its the same thing that happened on rivals MB trolls and a sec
How do you guys like the new badge of mine.
Haha, I love the Nebraska board.
It was basically my go-to board for the longest of times before the Michigan site opened up, and I was one of the founders of the Bone Yard Crew there. Amazing group of posters there.
Except for Landohusker. He doesn't do anything but troll Michigan fans.
I don't mind him, he is a really cool person when he isn't trolling
He's always trolling. I LITERALLY haven't seen him do anything other than troll UM fans. Plenty of threads to prove it.
And there are plenty more.. I can't find them all atm. He must still be mad about our 45-17 whooping of Neb. I can't stand that guy.
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by Rabid 23 months ago
WTF. He's at it again You see blue?
Sorry, I realize I sound like a crybaby and all, but the dude just gets under my skin.
Ha, just gotta brush it all off.
Davidee used to annoy the crap out of me, and there were quite a few epic battles between him and I, until I realized it's just the internet and just roll with the punches. Forums are a lot better for me now.
This thread will never die, just multiply, colors
Devidee doesn't really bother me. It seems like most, if not all of his UM troll threads are just for fun, and he doesn't really mean it. That's what I get from it anyways.
Yea, he is just having fun. He is a good opponent even though he is annoying.
Trolls so hard....
Sup bitches, any one up?
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