Is it just me or is the WF Extremely ADDICTIVE?

by Matt Fulger 39 replies
Hi Warriors,

It just occured to me that I'm spending an increasing amount of time on the Warrior Forum lately. Is it just me, or is this forum extremely addictive?

I haven't been around here in almost 2 years, but I've actually been a warrior member since way back in the old uni-sol.com forum days. You veteran warriors will remember that, I'm sure. I liked it then too. Only now it's even better! Especially since Allen updated the forum and added all the new features. Although, I haven't used them all yet it looks like the new forum has lots of powerful new features.

But what is even better than that, is YOU. The Warrior Members! You people are awesome, constantly helping each other out. Bouncing ideas off each other, networking with each other, building products together, etc. This forum is a GOLD MINE! If you spent the time to read everything here (who has that much time?), you would learn more than you ever will buying and reading all the IM eBooks on the market.

The fact that this forum is accessible for FREE is simply amazing. I think Allen should LOCK all the doors and charge an entrance fee (except to us original warriors who paid for access to begin with...lol). I mean really, fellow warriors, there's literally 10s of 1000s of dollars worth of information here. If you pay attention, you can watch people research a market right here on the forum and then build a product people are asking for based on that research and then SELL that product in a WSO to the people that asked for it and of course everyone else that wants it. Fortunes are being made right before our eyes.

That being said, the only problem I see here is spending TOO MUCH time right here on the forum and NOT ENOUGH time on our own projects. However, as long as we learn as we go and don't waste what we learned our time will be well spent.

Honestly, I could spend over an hour on this one post alone, coming up with reasons why I like this place so much. I've learned so much here and picked the brains of people I never would have met if not for this forum. But instead of writing that hour long post, I'll leave that for my fellow warriors.

How about you? Are you addicted to the Warrior Forum?

Peace & Prosperity,
Matt Fulger
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  • Profile picture of the author napoleonfirst
    This is a free university. People here are willing to help. They know what they talk about.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ephrils
      I understand. Lately I'm here like 3-4 hours a day. It's really stunting my work :p I've got stuff to write...
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      • Profile picture of the author Sean A McAlister
        Gets pretty bad when you wake up and the first thing you race for

        is the WF....
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        • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
          It's a good thing I can't get the forum intravenous. It would bring a whole new meaning to having a monkey on my back.

          Matt, didn't you used to write cgi scripts, or am I thinking of someone else?

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          • Profile picture of the author Matt Fulger
            Originally Posted by napoleonfirst View Post

            This is a free university. People here are willing to help. They know what they talk about.
            True that.

            Originally Posted by Ephrils View Post

            I understand. Lately I'm here like 3-4 hours a day. It's really stunting my work :p I've got stuff to write...
            My point exactly. But you keep doing it anyway, don't you?

            Originally Posted by The IM Reporter View Post

            Gets pretty bad when you wake up and the first thing you race for

            is the WF....
            Yeah, and you're excited to do it too. It's not like, "oh no, time to get up already" it's more like "Sweet, time to go check out the Warrior Forum."

            Originally Posted by John Rogers View Post

            It's a good thing I can't get the forum intravenous. It would bring a whole new meaning to having a monkey on my back.

            Matt, didn't you used to write cgi scripts, or am I thinking of someone else?

            John
            ROFLMAO!!!

            John, nope never written cgi scripts(unfortunately) must be thinking of someone else. I've customized a few, but never wrote them.

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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Franklin
    Yep there is a Matt that used to write a lot of CGI scripts back in the day, in the 1990s, your telling on hold long you have been around now.

    Actually I still have some of his scripts on a hard drive somewhere.

    The WF is a great place, sometimes I have to force myself to close the window so I can get some programming work done.
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    • Profile picture of the author jhongren
      Wow, this forum is a glue to my life. I need it to function properly. =) LOL

      Anyway, I make an effort to reply about 3 posts each day.

      My wife is already grumbling why I spend more time on forum than to be with her. "oppppsss...I need help :p

      John
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      • Profile picture of the author seasoned
        Why would ANYONE think this is addictive!?!?!?!? You're NUTS!

        BTW of course, this post is a joke! I have threatened for YEARS that I might ONE DAY, not be the number 1 poster. I think I acheived that only a few weeks ago.

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        • Profile picture of the author Kerry Finch
          Yes it is addictive. Off to rehab - back later!
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          • Profile picture of the author bhlehr
            First thing I check in the morning (after Clickbank sales page) and the last thing I check at night (after Clickbank sales page). :-)

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            • Profile picture of the author ildarius
              Often times I open up WF for "just 5 minutes", and end up spending hours reading and writing down information in my google.docs These "A-ha!" moments are too addictive.

              Imagine what's gonna happen when WarriorAliance launches?
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              • Profile picture of the author Terry Crim
                Good to see you back around. Lot's have changed.


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                • Profile picture of the author Matt Fulger
                  Originally Posted by Terry Crim View Post

                  Good to see you back around. Lot's have changed.


                  - T
                  Great to see you too good buddy! I've been checking out your site. I like what you've done.
                  We always knew you were meant for your current business. I'm glad you finally got the confidence and BALLS it takes to do what you do and take yourself to the next level. I always KNEW you could do it! We'll have to catch up man, I've missed too much while I was gone.

                  Now you just have to give me a swift kick in the nuts to get me back on track.
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                  • Profile picture of the author nathanj
                    I like to give the WF this title... well subtitle.

                    The Warrior Forum - The #1 Internet Marketing Forum Since 1997

                    The Warrior Forum - As addictive as crack... but legal

                    Nath
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        • Profile picture of the author Matt Fulger
          Originally Posted by Tim Franklin View Post

          Yep there is a Matt that used to write a lot of CGI scripts back in the day, in the 1990s, your telling on hold long you have been around now.

          Actually I still have some of his scripts on a hard drive somewhere.

          The WF is a great place, sometimes I have to force myself to close the window so I can get some programming work done.
          Yeah, I probably have some of them too. Do you remember the OLD Private Members Only Area? I cannot remember the URL at the moment, but last I checked, it was still live.
          With everything still in there. I remember not logging in to that site for years, then I logged in one day and found more stuff in there. LOL Have no clue when Allen updated it. That was a couple years ago, mind you...so don't get too excited.

          Originally Posted by jhongren View Post

          Wow, this forum is a glue to my life. I need it to function properly. =) LOL

          Anyway, I make an effort to reply about 3 posts each day.

          My wife is already grumbling why I spend more time on forum than to be with her. "oppppsss...I need help :p

          John
          Got to take care of the misses buddy. If she ain't happy, you ain't happy.

          Originally Posted by seasoned View Post

          Why would ANYONE think this is addictive!?!?!?!? You're NUTS!

          BTW of course, this post is a joke! I have threatened for YEARS that I might ONE DAY, not be the number 1 poster. I think I acheived that only a few weeks ago.

          Steve
          Steve, good buddy. We can ALWAYS count on ****YOU**** to be here.
          With tons of wisdom to share with all warriors. I don't believe ANYONE has more post than ****YOU**** is that even POSSIBLE?

          This forum may be the glue to John's life, but you've ALWAYS been the glue to this FORUM. In fact, Steve, I think *****YOU***** might be partially responsible for *****MY***** ADDICTION.

          I've always enjoyed your posts and YOU make it EXTREMELY difficult to keep up dammit.

          Matt Fulger
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          • Profile picture of the author seasoned
            Originally Posted by Matt Fulger View Post

            Yeah, I probably have some of them too. Do you remember the OLD Private Members Only Area? I cannot remember the URL at the moment, but last I checked, it was still live.
            With everything still in there. I remember not logging in to that site for years, then I logged in one day and found more stuff in there. LOL Have no clue when Allen updated it. That was a couple years ago, mind you...so don't get too excited.



            Got to take care of the misses buddy. If she ain't happy, you ain't happy.



            Steve, good buddy. We can ALWAYS count on ****YOU**** to be here.
            With tons of wisdom to share with all warriors. I don't believe ANYONE has more post than ****YOU**** is that even POSSIBLE?

            This forum may be the glue to John's life, but you've ALWAYS been the glue to this FORUM. In fact, Steve, I think *****YOU***** might be partially responsible for *****MY***** ADDICTION.

            I've always enjoyed your posts and YOU make it EXTREMELY difficult to keep up dammit.

            Matt Fulger
            Kay King has 14 more posts than I do as of the time this gets posted, assuming SHE posts no more! So I am now SECOND! BTW Patrician is a not so distant 3rd! Steven wagenheim is JUST below her. Willie crawford comes in 5th with 507 fewer posts than kay. Of course, we aren't competing. I'm just saying...

            And I remember when I was WAY out there!(Opening for a joke?) Oh well, the Bible says you can't serve two masters and, likewise, you may have trouble serving two addictions! 8-)

            BTW Thanks for the compliments.

            Steve
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            • Profile picture of the author Matt Fulger
              Originally Posted by Nathan J. Hockley View Post

              I like to give the WF this title... well subtitle.

              The Warrior Forum - The #1 Internet Marketing Forum Since 1997

              The Warrior Forum - As addictive as crack... but legal

              Nath
              ROFLMAO

              Actually, I think it's MORE addictive than crack.


              Originally Posted by giveusallfreedom View Post

              Addicted. I'm not addicted. I could quit anytime. So what if I refresh the main forum every 30 secs and have the WF injected intraveneously into my arm. Doesn't everyone?
              ROFLMAO. So maybe it's NOT just ME then.

              Originally Posted by TOPGUN08 View Post

              Good forums (such as this one) can be very addictive. I had a forum once where one person was on it the whole day - literally day and night.

              The WF is a great place but you can waste so much time so I try not to spend too long on here and limit myself to just 9 hours a day.
              That leaves you with 15 hours of FREE time. That should be plenty of time for everything else.

              Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

              Matt,I remember. I saw your name recently and thought, "Hey! Another old-timer is back!"

              I'm half expecting John Kennedy to poke his head in one of these days.

              Yeah, it's just gotten better over time.


              Paul
              Hey Paul, yeah I remember you from WAY back. I think you may have joined even before me. But yeah, it would be great to see some of the old timers back in here. How about Marlon Sanders or Chayden Bates? Are they still around here lurking, I wonder? I know the're still online.

              Anyway, yeah, for the most part it just gets better with time. However, I do recall a short period where there were an excessive amount of garbage posts from moronic idiots. It seems clowns like that are banned much quicker these days.

              Originally Posted by Justin Mandel View Post

              For me I *always* have one tab open to the WF.

              When I need a break I just click away from the page that I'm on and scan around.

              Things almost always change here which is what keeps it so interesting.

              And people here really look out for each other and offer great contributions
              Justin, I've found myself always leaving the WF open in one tab too. In fact, my browsers (FF and Opera) start with the WF already open in one tab. Although, I'm not always logged in. But anytime I want to find some info or just see what's going on at the WF, it's ALWAYS just a simple click away.

              Originally Posted by TOPGUN08 View Post

              You can always tell how addicted someone is to the WF by the number of posts they have.

              I think there are probably 100s of forum lurkers (guests) that never post that are addicted to this place as well.
              Well, in some cases that's true enough. But if you look at my forum post count compared to the 2002 join date, you will see I only have 488 posts (this will be the 489th). Now look at Terry Crim or Paul Myers or anyone else from 2002 for that matter (with the exception of Steve W. and Steve ***seasoned***, they don't count, they are BOTH wired directly to the WF, without them this forum would crash and die).

              I average 0.22 Posts Per Day. At first glance, I wouldn't seem to be ADDICTED to someone not knowing me and checking out my profile. But who says you have to login and post to be addicted?
              Sometimes, I'm one of those guests. Just as I suspect quite a few others I know are doing the same thing. They read and learn and hopefully apply the info.

              That said, there have been periods where I was simply offline and didn't have access to the forum.
              Talk about withdawals. There's NO substitute. Drugs don't work, I tried. That's why it's WORSE than a Crack Addiction, there's NO substitute. With Crack, at least they have drugs to help ease you off the addiction (not that I've ever been a crack head....but my older brother was, seriously). That doesn't apply to this forum though, dammit. No way to ween yourself off of it. LOL

              But for the most part, I've stayed quiet publicly over the years. I've contacted people through PMs and/or Yahoo or email, etc. and built some good relationships with some really good people.

              Hence, my addiction.

              Originally Posted by Paid Surveys View Post

              That's impressive that you've been around for so long all respect. I've just started here and am finding the forum a great place to network with other internet business owners and exchange information.
              Thanks. Stick around here and YOU will be ADDICTED in no time. That is, if you are into Internet Marketing. I honestly don't think you can find a better place. Sure, there are tons of marketing forums. But there is Only ONE Warrior Forum. This forum literally makes Millionaires and you can literally watch it happen. You can even BE one of them. Network with people, learn and teach if you can. Most of all, have fun while you do it. Don't make it a chore.

              Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

              Oh, I don't know Matt. I don't really spend a lot of time here.
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              Okay, that was sarcasm in case anybody missed it.
              LOL

              BTW, I've been following some of your posts too lately. In fact, when I first got access back to the forum (after being gone for over a year), I thought you might be the Steve below *seasoned* purely based on your post count and the name Steven. I had thought maybe "seasoned" FINALLY decided to change his username to his Real Name (I recall a debate over it some time ago, but he didn't wanna lose his post count).

              Naturally, after spying on you for awhile it was obvious you are not the ****STEVE**** I suspected. But I liked your posts, so I kept following them. LOL You have some really good posts, man. I like the way you tell it like it is. I seen a few people upset with you for calling most affiliates dumbasses. I know it was heated and said in the heat of the moment, but I commend you for telling it like it is man. The way you see it and the way you've experienced it. Let them bitch and complain and cry and whine all they want, what you were saying is true and you shouldn't be punished for being honest. I like the bluntness to your posts. And lets face it, you didn't offend any of the REALLY Good Affiliates that you want promoting your stuff because they understood the context of everything you were saying since they probably didn't just skim and blindly post rebuttals, plus the fact that the've been around the block a few times and are more thick skinned than those you were referring to as untrainable.

              Way to go Steven, Tell it like it IS!

              Originally Posted by seasoned View Post

              Kay King has 14 more posts than I do as of the time this gets posted, assuming SHE posts no more! So I am now SECOND! BTW Patrician is a not so distant 3rd! Steven wagenheim is JUST below her. Willie crawford comes in 5th with 507 fewer posts than kay. Of course, we aren't competing. I'm just saying...

              And I remember when I was WAY out there!(Opening for a joke?) Oh well, the Bible says you can't serve two masters and, likewise, you may have trouble serving two addictions! 8-)

              BTW Thanks for the compliments.

              Steve
              Man, I don't know how you guys do it. You must be super speed readers and type 1000 wpm.
              Yeah, I know you aren't competing. You've just always spoke your mind and shared your wisdom. Some of the shit you come up with amazes me. I'm thinking, where the HELL does he come up with this stuff.

              Yes, I do remember when you were WAY out there. Wait a minute....you mean, you aren't now? Since when? LOL

              No problem on the compliments man. I've always like your style. Serious one second and funny the next in some cases. I really like the way you illustrate your point. It works. It almost MAKES people understand. I've always been pretty BIG on using CAPS to illustrate a point as well. But I picked up the *******FROM YOU*******, which BTW, I only use here at the WF in threads you are in. Yeah, I'm MOCKING YOU. How you like now? LOL

              Actually, I recall some pretty heated debates with you back in the day. Don't have a clue what they were about now, but I remember your posts because of your typing style. Now, I've had LOTS of heated debates in my time and I tend to be blunt and piss people off when I'm talking about something I really believe in. But I don't recall most debates at all. Once they are over, they are over. I mean, I don't know who they were with, nor do I care (helps me from holding grudges). But I can still recall them with you, specifically cuz of the way you write. I still don't hold any grudges though. Like I said, once it's over, it's over. No point being pissed off over opinions.

              Peace & Prosperity,
              Matt Fulger
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              • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
                Matt,

                Marlon stops in once in a while. He's doing well.

                Chayden's out of this market. I haven't spoken with him in a couple of years, in fact.
                I've had LOTS of heated debates in my time and I tend to be blunt and piss people off
                NO! Not YOU!

                Not me, either...

                And yeah, the idiots tend to get crushed faster these days. Plus, they tend to get drowned out by the higher level of useful content.


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                • Profile picture of the author Matt Fulger
                  Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

                  Matt,

                  Marlon stops in once in a while. He's doing well.

                  Chayden's out of this market. I haven't spoken with him in a couple of years, in fact.NO! Not YOU!

                  Not me, either...

                  And yeah, the idiots tend to get crushed faster these days. Plus, they tend to get drowned out by the higher level of useful content.


                  Paul
                  Yeah, I didn't mention it in my previous post, but I recall a few heated debates with you too. That's ALWAYS fun cuz neither one of us wants to give until we see some sort of PROOF of the bullshit being slinged! And we're both a tad IN YOUR FACE with our opinions. Of course, in many cases there's more bullshit being slung by idiots trying to get in the middle of our debates than either one of us are slinging. That's when we BOTH turn on THEM and tell them the way it is, and how idiotic they really are. ROFL

                  I will concede that you have proved me wrong a time or two. But I've never been one to NOT admit it when I'm proven wrong and neither are you last I knew.

                  BTW, I actually started to mention that I recalled heated debates with you too in my previous post but I lost the ENTIRE post and had to write it all over. Dammit. I hate it when that happens. Now I remember why I usually write my posts in notepad and then paste it here to post. LOL
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                  • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
                    Matt,

                    Yeah, we had our debates. Us and just about everyone else in those days. It seems that, back then, people understood that the ability to hold your own in a discussion and make your points clearly in the face of opinions that disagreed with you strongly and emotionally was a strength, not a weakness.

                    I see a lot of newer folks who wither under the first sign of logical disagreement, much less anything that smacks of personal disapproval. I often wonder how those people expect to survive in the real world, where folks aren't always so willing to listen, and they can't force everyone into boring, generic molds.

                    Or, for that matter, why they'd want a world like that.

                    I've always been of the opinion that it's better to test your beliefs before the world drops on your shoulders and you need them to support you.

                    Or, from a marketing perspective, before you spend a fortune developing the perfect widget whacker, only to find out that people don't want their widgets whacked...


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                    • Profile picture of the author Matt Fulger
                      Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

                      Matt,

                      Yeah, we had our debates. Us and just about everyone else in those days. It seems that, back then, people understood that the ability to hold your own in a discussion and make your points clearly in the face of opinions that disagreed with you strongly and emotionally was a strength, not a weakness.

                      I see a lot of newer folks who wither under the first sign of logical disagreement, much less anything that smacks of personal disapproval. I often wonder how those people expect to survive in the real world, where folks aren't always so willing to listen, and they can't force everyone into boring, generic molds.
                      Yeah, what happened to the good, healthy (and many times heated), informative debates? Where in the end, everyone appreciated the info learned instead of putting their head between their legs.

                      I, personally enjoy IN YOUR FACE debates. That way the point comes across right away, instead of beating around the bush so as NOT to offend anyone. The way I see it, if you are offended by my posts, don't read them.

                      Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

                      Or, from a marketing perspective, before you spend a fortune developing the perfect widget whacker, only to find out that people don't want their widgets whacked...
                      ROFLMAO

                      I admit to being guilty of that in the past, even knowing I should test the market FIRST and then produce the product. What gives? Sometimes, we just have to learn the HARD way.

                      Okayloman,

                      Stick around the WF for awhile, read the threads that interest you. If there's nothing of interest to you with a quick look at the forums, do a search on something you want to know and you will likely find some great posts with people sharing info they normally charge for.

                      Matt
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                      Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

                      Matt,

                      Yeah, we had our debates. Us and just about everyone else in those days. It seems that, back then, people understood that the ability to hold your own in a discussion and make your points clearly in the face of opinions that disagreed with you strongly and emotionally was a strength, not a weakness.

                      I see a lot of newer folks who wither under the first sign of logical disagreement, much less anything that smacks of personal disapproval. I often wonder how those people expect to survive in the real world, where folks aren't always so willing to listen, and they can't force everyone into boring, generic molds.

                      Or, for that matter, why they'd want a world like that.

                      I've always been of the opinion that it's better to test your beliefs before the world drops on your shoulders and you need them to support you.

                      Or, from a marketing perspective, before you spend a fortune developing the perfect widget whacker, only to find out that people don't want their widgets whacked...


                      Paul


                      Well Paul, I don't know about anybody else but my widget getting whacked is what I live for...
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                      • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
                        Allen,
                        Well Paul, I don't know about anybody else but my widget getting whacked is what I live for...
                        Cool. Not my place to judge. But keep the curtains drawn, okay?


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                      • Profile picture of the author Matt Fulger
                        Originally Posted by admin View Post

                        Well Paul, I don't know about anybody else but my widget getting whacked is what I live for...
                        Nice to see you join in Allen.

                        Me too, in fact, I'm about too FINALLY sign off and go get my widget whacked now. I need to go relieve some stress. Getting my widget whacked seems to be the best stress reliever available. See you all later.

                        Matt
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                        • Profile picture of the author Jose Delgado
                          Nope, it's not just you.

                          The WF to me is like crack to a crackhead.

                          I just can't get off it. Lol!
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  • Profile picture of the author park1st
    Indeed very addictive,
    spend 3-4 hours every day...

    gets lots of helps and ideas i guess..
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    • Profile picture of the author giveusallfreedom
      Addicted. I'm not addicted. I could quit anytime. So what if I refresh the main forum every 30 secs and have the WF injected intraveneously into my arm. Doesn't everyone?
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        • Profile picture of the author John Motson
          It's just you... WF SUCKS!
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          Lol gotcha . It's the best forum on the net just be careful you don't spend too much time here and never get anything done.

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          • Profile picture of the author Jason Dittberner
            This forum is the hall of doors. You start heading down one path, and the next thing you know you have opened 15 other doors and forgot where you started! So much rich information. Maybe too much for a noob like me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lightlysalted
    That's impressive that you've been around for so long all respect. I've just started here and am finding the forum a great place to network with other internet business owners and exchange information.
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  • Profile picture of the author wr29
    Yes, I agree 1 Million%.
    Keep share your ideas guys.
    It's mean a lot to a newbie like me.

    Thanks


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      I just got back from a long vacation and I am online.

      I don't even know the whole story but have been following this thread
      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...-allisong.html

      It's suspenseful you know, watching Bev's detective work and where she leads next. More truths about the accuser maybe will come out etc.

      I know others are following it closely. It's not only me.
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