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Old Aug 20, '10, 9:03 am
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Default where you part of another forum

before joining this one, or after this one, do you still actively post on them.

I was a part of CBS sport message boards, but no loner post there

im also part of a message board called tiger-droppings (i suggest staying away from it lol) and i actively post over there.
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I used to post on Catholic Online and Catholicity but they are much less active than CAF. I still drop by Catholic online occassionally but mostly to read rather than post.

As for non-Catholic boards, I belong to several yahoo groups and a few homeshooling boards. I no longer homeschool so I don't post anymore but still get a lot of good tidbits of information.
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Old Aug 25, '10, 8:54 am
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I post on Market Watch and I have over 100,000 points accumulated. They count stock picks, messages posted, thumbs up, etc. Too much trash talk, though.
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Old Aug 25, '10, 9:11 am
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I'm not a part of any other Catholic message board. But I do post on other boards or forums that pertain to my hobbies or other interests.
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