Duplication of thread
Posted 16 February 2007 - 08:53 AM
Why start a new thread about a play or show that already has a thread, unless you have something major and new to say about what is otherwise just a facet of an existing thread?
E.g. There might be existing separate threads for 'Cats', 'Chicago', etc. However, you might be justified in starting a new thread to ask, say, 'Have musicals provided far more roles for women than for men, and, if so, why is this?' That would lead to discussion, the discussion would draw on experience of separate musicals, but be genuinely trying to open up some new field for consideration.
The old board had airheads starting new threads about piddling little obsessions, bees in bonnets, that could have been genuine questions on existing and more appropriate threads. Let's hope that the new board rises above all that.
Posted 21 February 2007 - 12:17 AM
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Posted 21 February 2007 - 09:16 AM
BTW - you need to actually Log In not just write your name in the Guest field
And the behaviour of the Guest posting NT all over the place is the strongest argument for ser Registration I've seen so far. If we had to register in order to post, his IP address could be banned and we wouldn't have to suffer his particular breed of rubbish again.
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