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Les    Posted 09-23-2003 at 18:20:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
and people go out of their way to give the most helpful answer that they can, even to the point of posting a link to a website they have gone to the trouble to find, wouldn't it just seem to be common courtesy to at least acknowledge the folks who offered help?


Mike D.    Posted 09-24-2003 at 08:48:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
Good point Les. I've gotten some really useful info from here and from the tractor forums. Thank You is an easy phrase to put to work. This is usually a good neighborly site to seek advice, and share some hard won insights. Years ago someone taught me this: "Poor folks have poor ways". She wasn't talking about money....
Your post is something I have wondered about. Thanks for bringing it up. Mike D.


Lazy Al    Posted 09-24-2003 at 05:07:57       [Reply]  [No Email]
I agree with you Les and like Ron says if they would say what they did to fix the problem then
we would all benefit . Like one had a leaking water line to the barn or some place , had lots of replys but ya never knew wheather they found it or not . I have got tons of info from people on this site . If some one post a site and I think that some day I might need it . I copy and paste it and mail it to my self. Then I can alway refer to it . Your post on grafting the other day I even printed out . Wonder how many other people looked at that and benefited .
Then I enjoy following all of Marks projects .
Thanks to all
Al


Ron,Ar    Posted 09-23-2003 at 20:12:19       [Reply]  [No Email]
I think it is common courtesy to thank someone, but it also helps if it solves the problem to let us all know. We all profit from it then.


rhudson    Posted 09-23-2003 at 19:48:33       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi Les,

many times i delay thanking people because i fear it would tend to stop new responses to my question. if the posting gets down the page too far i try to repost a thank you. but i must admit that sometimes i even forget what page i posted a question on. for all the times i didn't say thank you.....Thank you for all the good information.


~Lenore    Posted 09-23-2003 at 19:31:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ha ha that reminds me of my pal Clod.
He would always ask; "did any of the suggestions work?"
He wanted to know if any did and which was best.
He said, so we would all know more. ;-)
I miss his input here.


Willy-N    Posted 09-23-2003 at 19:26:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
I like to know if it fixed or helped the problem myself. I try to answer people who post to me and even search back to see if the person who asked found out what was wrong. Mark H.


dig    Posted 09-23-2003 at 18:25:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
I've always thought so. And I always try to. But sometimes a thread gets a ways down the page and you figure no one will read your reply.


~Lenore    Posted 09-23-2003 at 18:40:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have noticed in that case some folks just go right to the top
under their first post to say thanks.
That seems to work well.
I always try to thank folks for their help.
It is called good manners. ;-)


Les    Posted 09-23-2003 at 18:57:16       [Reply]  [No Email]
You are right ~Lenore. Good manners sure ain't as common as they used to be.
I suppose when it's one of the "regulars" on here, you can about rest assured that they have at least read your response to their query. But then, they are always the ones who would acknowledge it anyway.
It looks to me like there a quite a few of the examples I'm speaking of right on this page and more on page 2.


Les    Posted 09-23-2003 at 18:35:04       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yabbut the original poster should at least come back at some point and thank the folks who offered their help, it would seem to me. I enjoy helping people out. Sometimes you wonder if they ever read your reply or whether they just lost interest or weren't really all that interested in the first place.


Sarah    Posted 09-23-2003 at 18:54:41       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hello,
I try to make sure if I ask something I thank people.
I am from the south and there is something we call Southern Hospitality(sp? man I really cant think right tonite, I havn't been feeling well today).
If I haven't said thanks to someone THANKS TO EVERYONE!!
All of ya'll are so nice on this board, and very very very helpful! Ya know that! I really do appreciate all ya'lls help.
It has been kinda busy in the past wk.
Again sorry if I havn't said thanks sometime or wather, but Thanks to all of you helpful people.
Have a Great Nite,Sarah ( Big S ~ Cindi (grin)


~Lenore    Posted 09-23-2003 at 19:00:15       [Reply]  [No Email]
Night, Sarah.
Hope you feel better tomorrow.


Sarah    Posted 09-23-2003 at 19:10:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thanks Lenore,
I greatly appreciate it, see this is what I am talking about, how most of you people on here are so nice!
I greatly appreciate it, and I hope you have a great nite, and a Great Day tomorrow!
Ok?
Thanks,Sarah


Les    Posted 09-23-2003 at 18:59:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
It wasn't you at all that I was referrin to, Sarah. And hosstaballity ain't confined only to the south, neither ";^)


Sarah    Posted 09-23-2003 at 19:09:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thanks Les,
Yes I know it isn't only in the South, I was just sayin'!
Thanks for being nice!
Catch Ya later?
Have A Great Nite,Sarah


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