Initially, I thought an exodus was a threat that would never materialize, then I thought eveyone would go and come back here .....but now, I am almost convinced this is a permanent division of the Legend community and the start of a viable alternative to A-L.com.
I guess I'm a bit slow.
Why would you be suprised? At some point morals come into play and everythng in life can't always be about money! I dont think you are suprised about what happen but more suprised that alot of people instead of just talking about it acutally took action on their "threat"!
Car 1: 92/95Legends, 88/89 CRXs
Car 2: 91 civic, 90 Integra
Car 3: 71T-bird, 95Explorer
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I don't think anyone was that suprised with the uproar, what is suprising to most of us is how quickly it all came together. It was like a 12 hour window where everything happened. I've seen lots of forums get pissed off and try to start a spinoff before, but this is the first time ive ever actually seen it work and come together so fast. Unfortunately the DB errors and slow servers are killing it and I think this place might end up getting resuscitated.
Fixing legends is easier than fixing lolcats, but the parts are way more expensive
Why is everybody surprised?
This is management problem and the mods and owners here are piss-poor managers!
Alexei, since you haven't contributed anything of any value since say, 1998, you really need to just go fuck yourself. You have made a career of talking out of your ass and offering unwanted and invalid opinions. Nobody cares about what you have to say anymore and I've finally had enough of your shit. If you DO try to come over to .org, I'll ban you my damn self, so help me God.
Matter of fact, I think I'll ban you now for derogatory & inflammatory speech towards the mods. Bye.
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