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    Are we being spammed?

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Lea`Brooks, Nov 20, 2015.

    I've been noticing a shit ton of newbies joining the forum, not introducing themselves, posting really obscure questions, then disappearing.

    Is this just something that happens regularly here that I never noticed before?
     
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    BrianIff I'm so piano, a bad punctuator. Contributor

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    Link! Link the post! I want to give obscure answers!
     
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    It happens every year right around NaNoWriMo time. :bigwink: Personally, I love it. As a group, these folks tend to have questions directly related to writing. They don't come for the (groan..) politics. :dead:
     
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    BrianIff I'm so piano, a bad punctuator. Contributor

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    You're breaking my heart, Wreybies.
     
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    I've been called a heartbreaker all my life. Pulchritude is a tribulation few are willing to understand. :whistle::-D
     
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    Indeed, indeed. Often overlooked in the philosophy of aesthetics. But in a sense, up there with servitude, attitude, and [google fails to give me "-itude suffixes"]. *Wonders how else "pulchritude" could be used in discourse/creative writing* ;)
     
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    *Looks up Pulchritude*

    Some people come here because they have a single specific question to ask. Then they simply disappear when they have their answer.
     

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