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    Quote Originally Posted by flyrite View Post
    Julios , I found that out also , If your not a paying member to this forum , It is their right to denie you certain access that almost ALL other forums allow. I'm sure that the practice must encourage a lot of potential people who may have been lurking for awhile to Become a member (I.E. send some money).
    Some I'm sure will because of the value that this community offers . Wonder though how much the community may be missing by the forum having this trival little restriction.
    We used to have lots of folks create a user name, then post links to their plane for sale on trade a plane, or tons of spam links. If somebody is really interested in being a full part of the community, $25 annually is generally not a high hurdle for most aviators (but contact me if this is the case, I have made exceptions before).

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    I don't even own a Cub (not now anyways- in the future, who knows?)
    but I gladly pony up $25 every year for a membership here.
    That's equivalent to less than one hour's worth of mogas for my C180.
    I get at least that much enjoyment out of the forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJ View Post
    $25 annually is generally not a high hurdle for most aviators (but contact me if this is the case, I have made exceptions before).

    sj
    All those times you offered to send my money back is that what you were trying to do?

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    Steve you have a great site here. Keep doing a great job even if at times it seems to be a glorified babysitter when a diaper needs ... I will leave it there. I very much appreciate the experienced members here who patiently share their knowledge and experiences with me. Thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJ View Post
    We used to have lots of folks create a user name, then post links to their plane for sale on trade a plane, or tons of spam links. If somebody is really interested in being a full part of the community, $25 annually is generally not a high hurdle for most aviators (but contact me if this is the case, I have made exceptions before).

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    Well Shoot Steve, before I get an education from all the membership on the forums value. And since your policy is obviously not bout the money and just try'n to control spam.....and since you seem a lot like me (it's the principle ,not the money) I agree to your point for this trivial restriction allowed by most other forums......SO.....pm me and I'll give you my snail mail address so you can send me the $25.00 .
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