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Hi, I just joined the forum a lately and yet nowhere a new reply to anything. So I assume that this in my opinion quite interesting forum is pretty dead. Proof me wrong guys. 

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On 6/15/2018 at 12:54 PM, Logan said:

Hi, I just joined the forum a lately and yet nowhere a new reply to anything. So I assume that this in my opinion quite interesting forum is pretty dead. Proof me wrong guys. 


Not really @Logan. There were some who just visited the site and posted their comments. 

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Perhaps the question you asked was not informative enough *cough* to be able to answer off the bat... also... we're humans as well... not robots just waiting for you to ask us questions, just wanting to answer you.

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