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Sam L
Aug 8th, 2003, 11:48 AM
Hi

I was just wondering. I know some of you might be aware, that I've created a new game called WTAWORLD Big Brother. I was wondering if I could post threads on the General Messages forum about it (and not get them moved! lol) The reason is that as all who have watched the show will be aware, it requires the input of the broader community and in this case of the board members.

I need to introduce the housemates to the board, set up tasks for them infront of the board, and finally get the board to vote out people they don't like.

Obviously I can't do that in a games forum cause many people don't go there. So I'm asking for your permission to put my threads up on General messages.

They will be clearly labelled WTAWORLD Big Brother, so hopefully people won't confuse.

Will that be ok? Let me know please.

Thanks
Sam

Josh
Aug 8th, 2003, 01:26 PM
Well I don't have a problem with it as long as you don't flood GM with your threads. ;)

Daniel
Aug 8th, 2003, 09:43 PM
hola joshua

Mase
Aug 8th, 2003, 09:45 PM
Hi

I was just wondering. I know some of you might be aware, that I've created a new game called WTAWORLD Big Brother. I was wondering if I could post threads on the General Messages forum about it (and not get them moved! lol) The reason is that as all who have watched the show will be aware, it requires the input of the broader community and in this case of the board members.

I need to introduce the housemates to the board, set up tasks for them infront of the board, and finally get the board to vote out people they don't like.

Obviously I can't do that in a games forum cause many people don't go there. So I'm asking for your permission to put my threads up on General messages.

They will be clearly labelled WTAWORLD Big Brother, so hopefully people won't confuse.

Will that be ok? Let me know please.

Thanks


Sam



Sounds interesting Sam..... ;)

*JR*
Aug 8th, 2003, 10:57 PM
Without commenting specifically on this "promo", I think everyone can tell the difference between a poster with a thousand plus posts who PARTICIPATES here doing a link, and a "spam-poster" with 15, all about their product(s) or service(s). Perhaps we should deluge THEM with either e-mailed objections, spam for our own favorite sites, and/or forwards of spam we get "normally". (Thoughts)?

Sam L
Aug 8th, 2003, 11:08 PM
Without commenting specifically on this "promo", I think everyone can tell the difference between a poster with a thousand plus posts who PARTICIPATES here doing a link, and a "spam-poster" with 15, all about their product(s) or service(s). Perhaps we should deluge THEM with either e-mailed objections, spam for our own favorite sites, and/or forwards of spam we get "normally". (Thoughts)?
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