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    Quote Originally Posted by miguel View Post
    If you, newbie, come here wanting to make us believe that you know EVERYTHING about the Dominican Republic, even though you have only visited 1-3 times, make sure you wear your seat belt VERY tight because a "bumpy" ride WILL come your way!.

    Seeing the DR through the eyes of someone you meet a few weeks ago, doesn't mean you know EVERYTHING about the DR and it's people.

    There's space for only 1 know-it-all here, and that's AZB, wahahahahaha!!!.
    i know im probably going to get flamed for this but yes azb does know alot but he sometimes is a little sarcastic with his answers

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    AZB sarcastic? Say it aint so!

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    I have one for the regular members

    Please do read the whole first post before jumping in and giving advice. Don't go by what the last person's post was about.

    Sometimes we are so eager to respond that we miss the real question asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    OK, in an attempt to make this a Kinder, Gentler place for newbies (or those darn noobs with dumb questions ), lets do a list of how newbies can integrate easily ...
    Lets do a list as well for how "experts" can react:

    Chill, relax, wind down! Thats why we came here in the first place.
    Stop freaking out if somebody says the "Dominican" or "Sosoa".

    Werner

    Caberette , Dominican

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    Aargh, I messed up - and got the sequence of events wrong. I split these posts out of the thread on a Kinder and Gentler Forum for Newbies.

    Let's focus here on what the old hands can do to be ... uhm ... less .... uhm condescending uhm, no, wait a minute .. I've got it ... more welcoming to Newbies

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    Maybe we should have one for mods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chirimoya View Post
    Maybe we should have one for mods.
    sure why not

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    Right here in the 'old hands' thread ..

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    If you want to join the Grammar Police, please feel free to submit your resume, spelling doesnīt count and aint important!

    Submit it to Chirimola, our paid-up member of the self-confessed-uptight-spelling-grammar-mafia.


    Don SantiagoDR (...thatīs Santiago, R.D. for the Grammar Policeīs benefit)

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    If you see the same question for the 1,424th time, resist the urge to reply sarcastically. Leave it to one of the 'almost old hands' to show off their new found knowledge and take an opportunity to reply. Don't dominate!

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