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It's become very clear over the past 2 days that there are MANY people doing B* that don't understand the process OR the risks involved.

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It's become very clear over the past 2 days that there are MANY people doing B* that don't understand the process OR the risks involved.

 

...and should be spending the time and money on something else more productive, like disputes or GW letters, or...

 

And it doesn't help

 

when newer members try to "help"

 

the even newer ones.

 

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My chart came in handy.

 

I was debating when I made it whether or not R* should be included or not, due to it's infrequency.

 

So happy I did.

 

Now nobody has to ask what R* means

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And it doesn't help

 

when newer members try to "help"

 

the even newer ones.

It's like the 2 yr old baby helping a newborn.

 

It's soooo cute ;)

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Also Cappy, if you want your spreadsheet to accurately reflect the TU phenomenon you would have a checkmark next to C*, as that is definitively what happens to cause the HPs to show up again.

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Also Cappy, if you want your spreadsheet to accurately reflect the TU phenomenon you would have a checkmark next to C*, as that is definitively what happens to cause the HPs to show up again.

 

There is a reason I added the R* tab, because it's called R*, not C*

 

Not trying to be fresh with you, but I thought about it before It was added to the chart.

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Not trying to be fresh with you, but I thought about it before It was added to the chart.

 

I love that saying. I manage to use it one every few years. About the same frequency as "stuck in my craw".

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I don't think you know what "trying to be fresh" means :lol:

 

And whatever it's called, it's a result of C* of specific SPs.

 

Do you want to take a vote?

 

I feel the way I did it was correct, if numerous people disagree, I'll change it.

 

I still think it was done properly

 

Not trying to be fresh with you, but I thought about it before It was added to the chart.

 

I love that saying. I manage to use it one every few years. About the same frequency as "stuck in my craw".

 

 

I think this was one of the first times I've used that saying

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My idea would certainly lose. I didn't coin the original phrase, I have only been here a year.

 

R* is C*, only on TU. So I guess it makes sense, even though R* is C*. It's not actually a re-insertion of anything.

 

The words or titles won't change anything, though.

 

Just keep swimming.

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My idea would certainly lose. I didn't coin the original phrase, I have only been here a year.

 

R* is C*, only on TU. So I guess it makes sense, even though R* is C*. It's not actually a re-insertion of anything.

 

The words or titles won't change anything, though.

 

Just keep swimming.

R* is when inquiries show up again.

 

That never happens on EQ.

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