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Old January 30th, 2005, 10:43 PM
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oops, I jumped in and commented on a couple of thing before realizing the name of the forum......sorry!

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Old January 31st, 2005, 09:42 AM
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I think a lot of us have made that mistake, sorry from here too.
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No problem guys! While the title is ask the staff we don't know all the answers and many times others have first hand experiance and it is very much welcomed. We just try and ask that people stick to the questions and answer it only when they know the answer. When you do, jump right on in, we are apprecitive!
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Old January 31st, 2005, 06:28 PM
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No problem, as Jim said the staff by no means know all the answers and many of our readers are often more experienced or have specific information we do not have. Also, there are a lot more of you than us.

We do request that threads stay on topic and that questions are answered with the best, information you have.

The other thing that we do watch for is that if someone asks a simple question they get a simple answer: Such as:

Is there a power outlet in the cabin for a laptop computer?

Feel free to answer with yes, but you may want a power strip..................

We will delete answers such as:

Why do you want to waste your time bringing a laptop on your vacation? Relax and leave work at home.

If someone asks for an opinion then feel free to give your opinion.

Take care and feel free to participate.
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