Yup, i agree...pretty soon we're not gonna have any time to drive or work on our cars. By the time you get home, eat dinner, relax, check the yahoo list, the supraforums, the celicasupra forums, now the sogi forums, next it might be the ma61 forums???? Like, what ever happended to effeciency people, I'm having a hard enough time the way it is, nevermind adding new sites :roll:Malloy said:I think we should try to stick to the existing resources (we already have cs.com, mk2 mailinglist and supraforums.com), not go to just another.
4 forums and an email list for the mk2 supra? I think its getting stupid now.
me too, i just goto sf.com just for the off-topic. every now and then I check out the mk2 section there too.Supra Bob said:I go there for the off-topic stuff myself... and no, I can't get into it tonight either.
I've never received any ad spam. If I did I'd complain straight away.dohc82 said:I signed up to the supraforumns and now I am getting admail from buysell.com They even list my password to supraforumns. Did anyone know we were signing up to a mailing list?
While CS.com is just for the MK2 supra, supras.com/forums is for all generations. I realize you won't find the detailed information there you will here, but I'd still like to see SOGI thrive. I know many of us left the SOGI list due to the massive numbers of emails, or childish flame wars. The forum format is intended to help with no more filled inboxes, the ability to ignore users, and ease of following topics. One of the main problems I see with the other two pan-generation forums (supraforums and i-supra) is that both are owned by commercial interests... Don;t get me wrong, I love SF (and moderate there), but it's unfortunate to have to kick/ban vendors when they break advertising rules...Malloy said:4 forums and an email list for the mk2 supra? I think its getting stupid now.