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@AddieCake, I'm sorry I didn't realize I was on the wrong board, but get some TACT. Rude!
I'm relatively new to these boards so I guess I don't know the protocol yet either. I search old threads all the time to see if questions I have may have been answered already. If I found a thread with similar information but I still needed info, I'd probably bump it just to keep information together. While I totally understand the idea behind posting local questions on local boards, why is bumping old threads a no-no as long as the information being asked or posted is pertinent? It seems like that makes more sense than having 20 threads about the same topic and having to sort through all of them to find what you're looking for.
@AddieCake, I'm not going to argue with you. I'm going to leave this up to The Knot, who can review flagged comments. The Knot's rules are specific about "malicious behavior" and nothing about posting on old boards. I did make a post earlier on my local board, but didn't receive much response. I therefore kept looking for information, as @dbacksgirl mentions. I didn't realize I was on a different board--I think The Knot is a little confusing about that and the date that comments were posted. I simply did not appreciate your "Please don't resurrect ancient threads to get questions answered." when I am simply looking for information. My guess is you wouldn't have appreciated that when you were planning your wedding, either. Your comment WAS rude and patronizing. No dictionary is needed for that, just some rules of decorum. A simple, "This is an old thread" would have worked. Just an FYI, no one else has taken their time to let me know I'm committing such a "faux-pas". This is supposed to be a POSITIVE site. I will not be responding to any of these comments further, as it unnecessary and unproductive.
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