LOCO5150 Arkansas Fan Member since Sep 2011 3709 posts
re: Formal Petition to Open a Classics Board (Posted on 1/21/13 at 8:43 am to Mac)
I wasn't on here when that story broke. I didn't even know about this site then. It would be interesting to follow along real time as the new details emerged with the TD twist and cast of characters. I've never really sat down and read any full length story on that whole fiasco anyhow. The only one that I would find interesting enough to actually read would be that one.
When in Rome USA Fan Telegraph Road Member since Jan 2011 20799 posts
re: Formal Petition to Open a Classics Board (Posted on 1/21/13 at 1:45 pm to Hugo Stiglitz)
I assume that you mean the classic board? Unfortunately, you have to be and admin to access it. I wish Chicken and CC would open that board up to everyone. The only thing that we would need to do is lock the threads there so no one could post in them.
Sentrius USA Fan Fort Rozz Member since Jun 2011 7688 posts Online
re: Formal Petition to Open a Classics Board (Posted on 1/21/13 at 5:59 pm to Hugo Stiglitz)
I have a thread in my bookmarks that is called "LSU Campus Secrets" that was posted by LSU Weirdo, I get the stop sign when I click on it. Pretty sure it's on the classics.
I also would like to read the Tiger Dave debacle since I remember reading about it in one of those OT history lesson threads.
ETA: I found a screenshot of the classics board but I don't want to get in trouble with the admins by posting it here.
ETA2: People have suggested a post count requirement to get access to the classics. I say no on that because people would post a ton of shitty posts to reach the requirement. Incentivizing post count is never a good idea.
Instead, how about to get access to the classics, Chicken and Circus Child would require that your account be at least a year old. I joined in June 2011 so I'm good. I think this would prevent people signing up just to see the classics and it would prove that the posters who stick around for a year are trustworthy. A year is reasonable, I think.