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Old 07-30-2002, 09:13 PM   #11
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Thanks guys! Without your support, the site would be nothing.

Regarding the cost for IRC: mIRC costs a bit to register, but I think that there are other free IRC clients out there. Do a search on download.com or Google and something should pop up.
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nah, you dont gotta pay... IRC is totally free... All its saying is that you "should" out of good faith send the author who put the time into developing it. Trust me, ITS FREE!! Go here http://www.mirc.com/get.html click your closest location, download it, do all the steps we mentioned here http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=297 and your good to go! When the original box with the guys face pops up, just uncheck the box that says "show this at startup" and you'll never be bothered to register or send money again....
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Thnx! I'll try it again then!
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Perhaps in part thanks to this thread, BonnevilleClub.com is currently experiencing its busiest day thus far. This is the 90th post today!
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The first time i ever posted on an online forum was around january of 1999. At the time the forum only had a hundred or so members and probably not even that much.

As of the time of this post these are the current stastics on that forum.

Members: 101,789, Threads: 92,346, Posts: 2,243,050

I can't belive how much it has grown . You would think that a forum that size would be unmanagable but the regulars help keep the spammers and trolls under control. No one ever gets banned and rarely is anything deleted. The only time any info has been deleted is when personal information has been posted on the board by someone with out that persons permission.
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Thanks for a great site. I really enjoy it.
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Excellent site... couldn't have gotten into a Bonneville without all the feedbacks from this site.. and Tamara . First site I always check ( right after emails ). Would you have the time to add a quick polling of all the hop-ups part people have and reviews about the parts ( whether it'* worth it or not.. ) Maybe along with a common problem page ?? Excellent site.. keep it up :P
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Excellent site... couldn't have gotten into a Bonneville without all the feedbacks from this site.. and Tamara . First site I always check ( right after emails ). Would you have the time to add a quick polling of all the hop-ups part people have and reviews about the parts ( whether it'* worth it or not.. ) Maybe along with a common problem page ?? Excellent site.. keep it up :P
Thanks! Glad you enjoy it.

In theory, the Tech Info section ( http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/ ) should be the central repository for mod reviews, common problems, etc. It really needs a dedicated person to gather and insert the best information from the forum. Are there any volunteers in the audience?
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Excellent site... couldn't have gotten into a Bonneville without all the feedbacks from this site.. and Tamara . First site I always check ( right after emails ). Would you have the time to add a quick polling of all the hop-ups part people have and reviews about the parts ( whether it'* worth it or not.. ) Maybe along with a common problem page ?? Excellent site.. keep it up :P
Thanks! Glad you enjoy it.

In theory, the Tech Info section ( http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/ ) should be the central repository for mod reviews, common problems, etc. It really needs a dedicated person to gather and insert the best information from the forum. Are there any volunteers in the audience?
I could help as much as I can.. but I don't think I would be able to do it by myself.. unless you can have maybe multiple moderator ?? As long as I can click and paste most of it, that would be fine with me.. too lazy and not much time to type it all back out...
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