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  • Can we just vote-down and ignore the off-topic rantings of a misinformed attention hound?

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  • You are the one claiming some kind of outlandish conspriacy here and and have yet to offer any evidence beyond repeating yourself, going totally off-topic, and insulting people.

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  • While many other sites already have such forums, and we have considered it, we currently have no plans to offer any off-topic forum. sergiogomez


  • I know this is getting off-topic and probably fodder for a new thread, but ...

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  • I can't speak for anyone else here, but I personally am used to forums where threads consistently and frequently go off-topic, and the moderators freely allow this to continue happening.


  • And if they don't have to be closed, is there some way that they can be left open, with the off-topic posts simply redirected to a new thread?


  • I would ask about "grillades and grits," since I'm not familiar with Louisiana cooking, but I'm afraid that would get us an off-topic lockdown.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

  • Ok. Sorry for the rant and being slightly off-topic, it just seems inconceivable to me sometimes – though, as I said, I do get the thing about tuition fees.

    Protest! Violence! Chaos!

  • So my question is why are threads closed when they get off-topic?


  • MexConnect is the first site I've come across where threads are closed when they get off-topic, so it's something I'm still not used to.



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