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I hope I'm mistaken, but it sure appears that AARP prefers to have contributors leave this forum. Another has stated this morning they were leaving in the topic, "Aren't you tired of the fear-mongering by a poster here?" at www.aarp.org/online-community/groups/index.action
More and more people are leaving this forum because of one poster. There's no need to post his name for two reasons:
1. Everyone knows who this poster is, and
2. If I used his name he would report this topic as an attack.
Several of the best and more informative posters have left this forum, including edsilla, golfnsailor and LeCherie, all of which are long time contributers to the AARP groups. Now, this morning, another poster has said they won't be contributing again here....in this forum.
The T.O.S. state:
This Site, including its Interactive Features, shall be used for lawful purposes only; you shall not:
- Engage in any conduct that, in our sole judgment, restricts or inhibits any other user from using or enjoying the Site.
So, who decides whether or not someone is "enjoying" this site? I believe, the individual decides and clearly, individuals are saying they are NOT enjoying this forum and leaving.
Are you listening to your customers AARP?
Maybe this forum is just too active for the new CH to handle and they want the number of contributors to diminish so their duties become easier. Certainly I jest...