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01-26-2013, 09:17 AM
Join Date: Dec 2009
i was just struck by those who seemed to see that the poster was new and decided that was a great reason to trash him or her, rather than read the question in that light and be a bit forgiving.
i'm suggesting if we see a new poster phrase a question stupidly, we not trash him or her. if people want this place to be a good place for hockey talk, maybe it's just as much up to us as it is to the noobs.
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There's also a difference between asking questions that deepens one's knowledge and asking questions that are farfetched. Look at someone like EEasy/Afam. It's abundantly clear that he's new to the game, but instead of pondering whether Bourque is getting preferential treatment or if Seguin is now ruined, he's asking about average ice time and how many points is considered a good season for a player.
He's been generally well received because he shows a true interest and excitement in learning the game and isn't trying to do it through flights of fancy or echoiing what he's heard from Felger or KPD.
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