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Some questions for my NJ friends about our home board...

jrvedivici | Jan 23, 201510:22 AM     137

I've noticed many threads and posts on the Site Talk board from many people around the Country/Canada complaining about the deterioration of their local boards.

As many of you may -or- may not know, I've only been around a few years....I do not have the wealth of experience as so many of you do. (I know you can look up when I first posted on my profile, I forget how to do it so I'm sure one of you will let me know) So my question for my neighbors here, has the New Jersey Board suffered like so many other people say their local boards have?

I have personally noticed a few well known posters fade away during my tenure...Bghut(?)....RGR....HillJ, to name a few, but overall I haven't noticed much of a change in the tone or quality of the information found here.

How about the rest of you? Has the NJ board suffered like some of the others or have we held our own? I'm curious to read your opinions.

Thanks in advance for sharing.

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