How does a thread end up on classic bluegrasspreps.

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    How does a thread end up on classic bluegrasspreps.

    Guru or a mod, I was just sitting here looking at a thread in the general discussion forum and it is pretty large. I was wondering how threads got put into the classic bluegrasspreps forum?????
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    In a nutshell... the boss decides. (Though he usually asks for input from the mods)

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    So would it be like a thread with a huge amount of post, like countdown to kickoff 2005, or some other large threads on here. I noticed that some of the threads are small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cianni
    So would it be like a thread with a huge amount of post, like countdown to kickoff 2005, or some other large threads on here. I noticed that some of the threads are small.
    As is said many times, quality, not quanity.

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    "Classics" forum threads contain info that'll have one or more of the following characteristics:

    1. Have lasting beneficient information.

    2. Interesting (to a wide audience) debated subjects that are argued in a lively, yet respectful manner.

    3. Subjects "in the news" talked about in an interesting and informative manner.


    Hasbeen is correct... the length of the thread has very little to do with its inclusion in the Classics forum. It has much more to do with intelligent expression of views of subject matter appealing to a cross-section of the BGP's readership.



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    "I have a confession to make..." and "Where is A-Train" are must reads.
    I think some people are still confused about the first one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RowdyRedRam
    "I have a confession to make..." and "Where is A-Train" are must reads.
    I think some people are still confused about the first one.
    No, just you.

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    Just read "What the heck is up with................The BUG III"


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    Confused????A-train where is he?

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