A Note About Advertising (Spam) on This Forum

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Re: A Note About Advertising (Spam) on This Forum

Postby bobow » Sun Dec 11, 2011 4:00 pm

Ohio farms wrote:I'm sure that Ben is busy on many levels, but he is the administrator for this site. I don't seem to be able to send via his email address so I placed here in an attempt to be helpful. Since you felt the need to criticize my efforts, I'll let you take care of it in the future Bobow.


My humble apologies. My intent was not to criticize. I was just pointing out email is a quicker & better way is all. Excuse me
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Re: A Note About Advertising (Spam) on This Forum

Postby DEER30 » Sat Apr 21, 2012 1:50 am

Hey Ben, I was wondering if you could help me with something. I recently registered to join the Turkey & Turkey Hunting site as well but I am having problems posting. Every time I hit "post a reply" it sends me to my profile page. I know this isn't your site but since it is an affiliate of D&DH do you have anyone I can contact about this? Any suggestions? Thank you.

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Re: A Note About Advertising (Spam) on This Forum

Postby Camo Dave » Sat Jun 30, 2012 9:33 pm

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I'm a bit confused. Take a look at the enclosed picture as it will give you an idea as to what I do with Deer and Elk antlers. For the past two years I have been told to only use antlers that have good color in them and to stay away from bleached white antlers because that's what customers like. So can someone explain to me why I hear all this talk about bleaching and why preparing an entire head would make a difference? Thanks in advance.
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Re: A Note About Advertising (Spam) on This Forum

Postby croz2173 » Fri Sep 14, 2012 4:36 am

Lets keep the spam out of the magazine too. I would prefer an article that wasnt an advertisement for one particular product.

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Re: A Note About Advertising (Spam) on This Forum

Postby Sam Menard » Fri Sep 20, 2013 6:17 pm

croz2173 wrote:Lets keep the spam out of the magazine too. I would prefer an article that wasnt an advertisement for one particular product.


My sentiments exactly!! :evil:

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