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My first response: the ones about which Al (Almarg) comments. Although many of his contributions are over my head, I seem to absorb concepts and methods. Second response: those experienced members who are willing to give an opinion. When I ask for an opinion, I don't want to hear "whatever works for you" although sometimes that response is the correct one. When I fish for an opinion, I want an opinion and take it in context. Third response: Mapman's philosophy and approach which is balanced and helpful.
I agree. This forum is very helpful.
I agree with you Arnettpartners. There seems to be two (at least) categories of Forum responders. There are those who offer there knowledge and opinions in a positive and constructive way and there are those who try to be sarcastic/witty and typically fail miserably in the process. I for one have a lot of respect for those who sincerely want to share their views, whether I agree with them or not. I have a growing disgust for the rather immature bahavior of the latter group.
I hope that in the future, those who really have nothing to say will do the rest of us a favour and basically...'say nothing'.
You echo a lot of my sentiments. While I've had my (moments), I gravitate towards the (music). This topic seems to get lost in the terms of most important topics of discussion.
Those who've responded here that seem to be a (friend) of the nature of your topic, don't offer their opinions on the ongoing threads on music that I've noticed. If, indeed, music IS the reason we are all involved here, why aren't more members posting on their music recommendations, their likes/dislikes, their current purchases on the ongoing music related threads?