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Apollo43
06-22-2005, 04:07 PM
The Sci Fic Q line pay station uses a green rocket. I'm wondering if there is a way to change the color so all the rocket pay stations don't have to be green.

TheSkipper
06-22-2005, 04:13 PM
no. I'm wondering why you didn't ask both questions in one post?

Apollo43
06-22-2005, 04:21 PM
Originally posted by TheSkipper
I'm wondering why you didn't ask both questions in one post?

There are two reasons for that:
1. I like to use a different post for each topic so readers don't have to read stuff they might not care about.

2. I didn't think of question 2 while I was posting question 1.

TheSkipper
06-22-2005, 04:29 PM
For #1. They can do that easier for one post than two
for #2. There is an edit button you can use to add to an existing post.
You forgot something.
For # 3. You want to up your post count :D

Most everyone here is interested in everything RCT and get annoyed with double posts except if replying to two different postrs to a thread.

Apollo43
06-23-2005, 08:08 AM
[i]For # 3. You want to up your post count :D
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That's ridiculous. I'm laughing at you for being so concerned about your post count and thinking everyone else is as silly as you about it. I could care less about my post count or anybody elses. I don't look at that and it would have never came to my mind had you not brought it up. And your wrong about placing content of multible subjects in one post. Most intelligent people prefer to browse the subject line looking for the subject that interests them as it is a more efficient use of time that way. They normally don't like to waste time reading content that they don't care about. ALL who come here have an interest in RTC but that doesn't mean they have an interest in every single question or subject about RTC that someone may post.

You have responded to me 3 times already without answering my questions so it clearly appears it is you who is trying to run up your post count and I find that as well as your responses to be childish. Have agreat day! :)

TheSkipper
06-23-2005, 09:58 AM
the very first word in my first reply answered your question.

As fot the 3rd line, see the smiley? It wa a joke. Chill out.

Post count? I don't care about them any more than you do and am probably the LAST person hee who needs to.

Look at the botom of tis post sore "search" and tell me I need to raise mine.

You asked one question, the answer was simple. Again, No you can't.

Apollo43
06-23-2005, 10:08 AM
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Post count? I don't care about them any more than you do and am probably the LAST person hee who needs to.

Look at the botom of tis post sore "search" and tell me I need to raise mine.
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No, I won't waste my time looking for your post count because unlike you, I could care less about them. And frankly, I don't understand why anyone would care about their post count but obviously you must otherwise you wouldn't think in terms of 'people trying to raise their post count'.

TheSkipper
06-23-2005, 10:41 AM
I was simply replying in kind to your unwarranted attack when I originally answered your question.

Everyone cares to some extent, some of us do not need to worry about our own.

THAT was a joke. Sorry you have no sense of humor and are so easily offended.

Apollo43
06-23-2005, 10:54 AM
Originally posted by TheSkipper
And don't be such a liar, everyone cares to some extent, some of us do not.


So now you want to call me a liar because I don't understand why anyone would care about their post count! LOL! Please explain to me why YOU think anyone would care about their post count. Does Atari give you a free game or discount coupons if you place a certain number of posts? Because unless someone is offering you a reward of some kind for reaching a certain number of posts than the only other reason would be something as childish as 'look how many posts I have'. LOL! Big deal. Who cares! Grow up!

Dattu
06-27-2005, 07:31 PM
I'm still confused as to why Apollo43 made two separate topics... I mean, you may have pushed a perfectly good topic to the second page because "Most intelligent people prefer to browse the subject line looking for the subject that interests them as it is a more efficient use of time that way." You know, you could have just as easily made a topic with both subjects in the subject line. But, oh well, I guess it doesn't matter any more.

Apollo43
06-28-2005, 08:30 AM
Originally posted by Dattu
you may have pushed a perfectly good topic to the second page

There's a place near the bottom of the forum where you can click to pull up the 2nd page or 3rd page or 4th page or ............ Most intelligent people know this though! LOL!