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    A way to ignore a thread..perhaps?

    As the title says...

    Is there a way to ignore a thread<s>? I like to make use of the what's new tab, so of course everything comes up. I find myself with no interest in certain threads, is there a way to ignore them so when I click what's new they don't pop up?



    I have no need to ignore any posters, I just want to ignore threads if I so desire. Sure others would like this option also. Maybe not..I dunno! STOP QUIZZING ME!

    In order to have this feature added, I've enclosed a secret weapon.



    One can't say no to a baby goat/sheep thing, without feeling guilty for eternity. Don't say I didn't warn you.



    Sirscrapalot - Now ain't that cute...

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    Thanks for the baby goat.
    Unfortunately though there is no way that I am currently aware of to hide certain posts. I just checked some of the setting and didn't see anything, but I will mention it to admin and see if he has any ideas.
    http://www.scrapmetalforum.com

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    Sounds like something that needs to be sent to the Admin as a suggestion

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    Hence why I posted it in the Site suggestion section.

    It said posts regarding suggestions to...I couldn't have done it to wrong, it got approved for viewing! Ha ha!

    An Andrew thanks for the reply. Like I said not sure if it can be done or not, but I figured I'd ask.

    I have a few other things but I'll save those for another time.

    Sirscrapalot - I had a quote..but one can't top a cute baby goat.

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    Is there a way to ignore a thread
    Yes! Don't click on it.

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    The function you are looking for is currently not working. I had set it to ignore all threads containing cute and cuddly 4 legged baby animals, and yet your post still came through. Back to R&D this goes...

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    Sure they are a lot cuter things than those squared-off horizontal pupil things...puppies for one. You can keep the goats...

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    Like a reese cup...it just goes together.

    Sirscrapalot - Now diabetic due to how to sweet that photo is.

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    Mmmmm... Veal....

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    Quote Originally Posted by t00nces2 View Post
    Mmmmm... Veal....
    Veal is awesome!

    I had some BBQ goat before and it was good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirscrapalot View Post


    Like a reese cup...it just goes together.

    Sirscrapalot - Now diabetic due to how to sweet that photo is.
    Two great tastes that taste great together


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    Quote Originally Posted by hobo finds View Post
    Now THAT is a "Fun Size!"

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    Veal is calf, not goat.

    I've shot my share of young deer that are 5-6 months old in Nov. early Dec. (and no, they don't have spots by then) I prefer not do even as guys say, "hey, the meat's the tenderest". Well, that might be but its also only about half as much as a year and half year old deer or older. Luckily, we usually have multiple tags so if things are slim for whatever reason and a young one gets in the way, at least a guy has a little meat.

    One year, I had double antelope tags and had managed to get a smaller buck out of a herd earlier in the day. Walking back to the truck, I saw 2 bedded down in an alfalfa field looking at me straight on. Now, I should have thought things through more and tried to scale them better but I didn't and shot one straight one through the neck and it barely twitched. I walked up on it and it was a kid (that's what they call pronghorn young ones because they are sort of goat-like). Well, antelope aren't the biggest things anyway and this thing was all of maybe 40 lbs. I could have compounded my impatientness and been an illegal jerk and stashed this massive critter between a couple of hay bales but I didn't and used up my second tag. I think I got a whopping 9 lbs. of boneless meat off of it.

    So, no, I prefer meat off of larger animals...


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