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I wasn't following, then I took a look and I saw the issue......

June 16 2017 at 7:09 PM
Ron Hetherington  (Login veezerboy)
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Response to To all concerned-sorry for any trouble I may have caused

Yes, you should have asked in General or CC BUT I have had this very issue!!!

I asked a question about a build I was doing on CC and was told isn't the Axis forum good enough for your question!!

The CC is about building and if I had a nuts and bolt question, I would have posted on Axis, but I didn't, because I was building, so I basically gave up on it because I got no answer other than round robin on Where I Should Post. So now, I post here on ANYTHING Axis!! See my posts below..... Those really are about a model and how the company designed it, which is not really axis related, but General or CC. But here it is. It's like asking a question about a German figure. Shouldn't it be on the Figure section??

So really, how I see it is that people really do not understand what the sub-groups are really about. It's become a free for all. Except for T&T section. You can ask a question there and get nothing for days, so we all end up posting to where we know we will get a bite, which is usually here. Or Allied.

My $5 worth since the Fed raised the Interest Rate here in the USA!!

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  1. Yeah man,I had much the same thought. The vast majority - jerry rutman on Jun 17, 2017, 9:37 AM

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