Classic Cougar Community Forums is now in it's 10th year!

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Re: Classic Cougar Community Forums is now in it's 10th year!

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So does that mean it's been 10 since the travesty that was Straight Up Binoculars purchase of MCN?? Where's that sarcasm font when you need it.......
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Re: Classic Cougar Community Forums is now in it's 10th year!

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badcatt wrote:
12 Jan 2020, 23:39
I think it is sad that so many people rely on Facebook these days. I have posted many links to the Classic Cougar Community threads to show the information they were looking for. Forums like this are a fantastic archive of information and help. I hope this place can stay around for as long as people are enjoying Classic Cougars.
I want to thank Bill and Jay for this resource.
I agree, I really do hate facebook and its format, good luck ever finding on older post of searching for something you know was posted in the past. Its nothing but a repeat of the same questions over and over since no one can find anything. I guess its good for instant gratification pictures and what not but when it comes to a technical discussion its pointless. Maybe guys have forgot how good a forum like this is?
mo2872 wrote:
13 Jan 2020, 08:42
So does that mean it's been 10 since the travesty that was Straight Up Binoculars purchase of MCN?? Where's that sarcasm font when you need it.......
I was not around for that transition but I am all to aware of how that goes down. I have seen it on more then one forum and its quite humorous its sold as "nothing will change, business as usual" Its ALWAYS the beginning to the end of a good forum! It happened to a forum I had a big part in from day one and within six months it was a giant mess.



Thank you to those who keep the wheels on the bus around here! This is one of the very few forums I visit on a regular basis and really enjoy the no drama approach. No stupid ads or corporate BS! If there is every the need I would be glad to donate towards keeping things rolling.
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Re: Classic Cougar Community Forums is now in it's 10th year!

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Sir Ed wrote:
13 Jan 2020, 00:07
Wait!!

How do I that?

How do I turn my cat into a 4X4?

?
Ask Mo2872. 😜
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Just don't ask how to turn your Cougar into a trash can...
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Re: Classic Cougar Community Forums is now in it's 10th year!

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Local Hero wrote:
13 Jan 2020, 10:40
Sir Ed wrote:
13 Jan 2020, 00:07
Wait!!

How do I that?

How do I turn my cat into a 4X4?

?
Ask Mo2872. 😜
That's neither nice, nor funny, Mark. I think you done gone and hurt my last feeling.

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Time does fly, I would have guessed a 5 year anniversary. :)

Thanks Bill.
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Wow. Congrats!
And thank you all for this amazing community!
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