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andrade1812:
And really, if I want to be lectured about how "we already covered that question eight years ago", I want it to be in the kiddie pool, not a major thread.

Shutter:
You are not allowed to view links. Register or LoginYou are not allowed to view links. Register or LoginThe problems I'm seeing in this topic area is questions that could be asked on the existing topics. Sailshaw could of easily asked his question under the Flight path thread. it's hard to narrow down a basic question while we have existing areas where they can be asked already in place. perhaps this topic should be removed, or locked for the time being?

Thoughts?

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Most, but not all, of my questions could be put into categories. However, I think a case can be made for having a Q&A thread like this so people can go to one place to seek answers to specific questions without changing the trajectories of existing threads. It's something I noticed on DZ, there would be a few pages of good information, and it would get derailed by something like a question or inane comment and the discussion stops and devolves to meaninglessness.

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Agreed again, I don't want that happening here. I want to take advantage of the "Fanfics" you see at the top of the forum, or on the menu bar. I haven't figured it out as of yet, but it's a good way to store basic facts, and stories about the case that will not get lost in the threads.

DZ has had the problem with personal attacks going back into the original locked thread. it's now nothing but discussion about this forum, or what one poster thinks about his solid case of a suspect being Cooper. It's controlled by basically by two posters. the well has basically dried up..... 8)

andrade1812:
I've said my peace. I trust in Shutter.

andrade1812:
So here's a question I have that doesn't fit anywhere:

Today ties aren't universal. Most people who wear ties regularly, knot them properly. I know of nobody who wears ties and mixes knotted and clip-on ties. The only people I know who wear clip-on ties are kids working as bus boys in restaurants.

When ties were more universal, did people regularly buy both for convenience?

EVickiW:
You are not allowed to view links. Register or LoginSo here's a question I have that doesn't fit anywhere:

Today ties aren't universal. Most people who wear ties regularly, knot them properly. I know of nobody who wears ties and mixes knotted and clip-on ties. The only people I know who wear clip-on ties are kids working as bus boys in restaurants.

When ties were more universal, did people regularly buy both for convenience?

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Common in the late 60's and to this day, bartenders and servers working in the more prestigious restaurants/nightclubs, law enforcement and probation officers wore clip on ties. They sell them at the uniform shop that supply uniforms to the St. Paul police and Ramsey County Sheriff's deputies.

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