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  1. Jry Wild1
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    A Guide for being a Respected Member of USASG

    A Guide for being a Respected Member of USASG

    I am starting this thread based on conversations that I have had with Nkykinkyguy and others, as well as so many board comments. I would like to keep this thread clean until the "List" is developed and posted, but I felt that the time had come to at least start the thread.

    When completed, this will be the most appropriate place to direct new, regular, and senior members for information on member etiquette (in lieu of just suggesting that someone "Read The Forum").

    Suggestions and submissions for rules via PM are welcome.

    Professor JRW1
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  2. Jry_Wild1
    Inactive

    A Guide for being a Respected Member of USASG

    A Guide for being a Respected Member of USASG

    I am starting this thread based on conversations that I have had with Nkykinkyguy and others, as well as so many board comments. I would like to keep this thread clean until the "List" is developed and posted, but I felt that the time had come to at least start the thread.

    When completed, this will be the most appropriate place to direct new, regular, and senior members for information on member etiquette (in lieu of just suggesting that someone "Read The Forum").

    Suggestions and submissions for rules via PM are welcome.

    Professor JRW1
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  3. Numero
    Member

    This would have been a great thread

    Had this come to fruition, a newbie like myself would have been well educated prior to posting. I did read the forum prior to posting the first time. I read all of the 2011 posts prior to even joining the site. A small percentage were beneficial.

    To be brutally honest, there are so many different viewpoints on what to post, where to post and how to post that this would have been a great place for guidance. Just a simple template like what Getnati posted in the Rants and Raves would have been sufficient.

    (Name. Link. Description of Services. Rating. Shut the fuck up.)

    There are so many other sites with so many other free-form posting styles and even the other geographical areas on this forum all post differently.

    There is no tone here. No attitude. Only a humble request that the experienced members on this site be more helpful to the newer members. Rather than pounce and accuse, try being diplomatic and helpful. It's no fun being being ridiculed because you don't post enough, then ridiculed because you post too often, and then accused of being a fraud because you post too often.

    To be honest, I've found other sites to be of more benefit because you can get the "gory" details up front. There are no surprises when you meet the provider. You know exactly what you're getting and there are generally no disappointments. And more importantly, the sites are just informational. No attitudes. No bashing. No hurt egos.

    I'd also like to apologize to all of the members on this site that had to suffer through my indoctrination so to speak. I'm sure there was no enjoyment in reading the laboring posts going back and forth. I take full responsibility for my part in the minutia that was spewed. If I had to do it all over again, I would have played it cool, blown it off, and just shut the fuck up. Thank you Lugnutz for the simplistic lesson. Probably the best lesson learned as a newbie so far.

    I want this experience to be fun, informative, and safe. I just want to share the proper info to help others, use the right information posted to make an educated decision and have some good, safe fun along the way.

    Thanks to all that have helped.

    N.

    Originally Posted by Jry Wild1  [View Original Post]
    A Guide for being a Respected Member of USASG

    I am starting this thread based on conversations that I have had with Nkykinkyguy and others, as well as so many board comments. I would like to keep this thread clean until the "List" is developed and posted, but I felt that the time had come to at least start the thread.

    When completed, this will be the most appropriate place to direct new, regular, and senior members for information on member etiquette (in lieu of just suggesting that someone "Read The Forum").

    Suggestions and submissions for rules via PM are welcome.

    Professor JRW1
    Posted 2 years ago | #Reply
  4. Truth100
    Member

    Still new

    Oh well guess I got to wait unless someone else knows of a way to speed up the process. Funny thing is the contact I have had with a couple of the seniors was less than desirable. Very rude or disrespectful like they are better than me. I understand that is like anything else but damn we are suppose to be enjoying this. Not getting hounded or flamed for being new.
    Posted 2 years ago | #Reply
  5. Golfcart
    Inactive

    Set a good example for others.
    Posted 2 years ago | #Reply
  6. Thwack
    Inactive

    Good Idea

    I just noticed this thread today. I like it. And I like the suggested format.

    A couple of humble suggestions, which may be helpful to new members. Reviews are more helpful to me if they show the amount of the donation.

    $ = 100.

    $.20 = 120.

    $.75 = 175.

    $$ = 200. Get the format?

    Knowing what YOU paid will help me know whether a provider is in MY price range. Times being what they are, there are some great providers I just might not patronize because they charge more than I want to pay (no matter HOW beautiful / skilled / desireable they may be).

    Also, for new members, there is a little link at the top, right corner of each thread (once you're in the thread) called "search thread". It's great! It will save you from waiting a day to get info, and from getting the RTFF response from seniors. When you have search options, always choose "show posts". This will show you the individual reviews you are seeking. And type carefully, because you can only hit "enter" on a search every 60 seconds. It will make you wait if you try again earlier than that. Don't know why, but that's how it works.

    Happy Hobbying!

    Thwack
    Posted 2 years ago | #Reply
  7. Pauley65
    Member

    Escorts

    Rachelina stopped by for a glass of wine.

    If you love personality this woman is for you.

    She swallows wine just fine and can hold a conversation with the best.

    $$ she came to my house and we had snacks.

    Too bad she is just visting.

    She is on back page for a coulpe of days.

    Sexyrachelina. Com for her website
    Posted 2 years ago | #Reply
  8. Pauley65
    Member

    Another fact finding mission

    Guess who missed you.

    Post 3225976.

    Last 4 is 0320.

    Google her phone number and another girl comes out.

    The black cloud still folowing me.
    Posted 2 years ago | #Reply
  9. Fallenangel
    Inactive

    I would like to see more general tips added here. I have a lot of time on my hands these days but I'm sure other readers don't always have time for it. For now I've been contend to just read since I'm still learning the lingo but I know how forums ted to operate but a few general helpful hints couldn't hurt so you could refer some newbies to this thread so there will be less frustration when we ask the veterans here on a subject.

    For example, those who are familiar with research take for granted that some people don't understand the concept as well as yourself. I never heard of "TinEye" until I started reading the posts here (that will help me in other areas as well so thanks). Those unfamiliar with forums may not even realize that there is a search feature within the forums. I guess the one called "Thwack" covered that already. At any rate, creating a single, consolidated list of do's and don'ts would certainly help the new people or the casual reader.

    I may suggest there be a link to some of the acronyms and terms used here. I saw one online somewhere but don't know if I'm allowed to post links.
    Posted 2 years ago | #Reply
  10. BFDeal
    Inactive

    Terms and abbreviations

    When you hit "Forum" at the top, go about halfway down and you will see the phrase "Site Administration." The first thing you see underneath that is "Terms and Abbreviations." Click on that and I think you will find what you're looking for.

    BFDeal.

    Quote Originally Posted by FallenAngel  [View Original Post]
    I would like to see more general tips added here. I have a lot of time on my hands these days but I'm sure other readers don't always have time for it. For now I've been contend to just read since I'm still learning the lingo but I know how forums ted to operate but a few general helpful hints couldn't hurt so you could refer some newbies to this thread so there will be less frustration when we ask the veterans here on a subject.

    For example, those who are familiar with research take for granted that some people don't understand the concept as well as yourself. I never heard of "TinEye" until I started reading the posts here (that will help me in other areas as well so thanks). Those unfamiliar with forums may not even realize that there is a search feature within the forums. I guess the one called "Thwack" covered that already. At any rate, creating a single, consolidated list of do's and don'ts would certainly help the new people or the casual reader.

    I may suggest there be a link to some of the acronyms and terms used here. I saw one online somewhere but don't know if I'm allowed to post links.
    Posted 2 years ago | #Reply
  11. Golfcart
    Inactive

    Google Images / Tin Eye Images

    Quote Originally Posted by FallenAngel  [View Original Post]
    I never heard of "TinEye" until I started reading the posts here (that will help me in other areas as well so thanks).
    Part I.

    An image search engine returning a negative means the image was not found but not found where, on the internet? No. It was not found in the search engine's inventory of images. This is much smaller than the internet.

    Tin Eye "crawls" the internet adding images to its inventory of images on a daily basis. When we search Tin Eye it searches its inventory for us. Tin Eye will miss images on the internet not yet added to its inventory. Google Images works exactly the same only the inventory of Google Images is mammoth compared to Tin Eye. The chance of a positive return is much greater with Google Images. I've never had the same image returned Tin Eye Positive and Google Image Negative.

    What I don't know is the rate images are added to the internet daily vs the rate of daily crawl by the search engines. I suspect even Google Images falls further behind every day. I don't see how it could possibly ever capture them all plus stay current with the daily build-up. Maybe someone in-the-know can comment on this.

    In spit of shortcomings Google Image is certainly worth the effort given the frequency of positive returns. I'm less confident with Tin Eye. I've never had the same image come back Tin Eye Positive and Google Image Negative. Maybe others using both can comment on their experience.

    Part II.

    A Google Image Positive / Tin Eye Image Positive must be interpreted properly. This is a crap shoot.

    Every ad with a pic means two roles, the advertiser that placed the ad and the girl that stood in front of the camera and these two roles are not necessarily being performed by the same live soul. The girl that opens the door when we knock may be a third person. No search engine can sort this crap shoot out for us.

    Pics have always been peanut-and-shell games. Search engines change none of that. Search engines largely give us false confidence; we have no way of determining the live souls performing the roles behind the scenes.

    Relying on posts and reviews by hobbyists places reliance on strangers we know no better, another crap shoot.

    The crap shoot involved when picking a girl up in a bar is clear. That is far more definitive than the internet can ever be.
    Posted 2 years ago | #Reply

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