Things have been a been quite the last few weeks (during the holidays) with the exception of the last few game threads (that have been a little heated). While things slowed down I was surfing around over on Scout.com (Cougfan) and decided to click on their Forum link to see what it was all about. Of course you have to pay to view anything (and I am a cheap skate), but I did notice that they listed all the people that were online. I noticed there were 3 different socalcoug names. I was a little disappointed to see this. I thought I was the only SoCalCoug out there...an OG. I was worried that they are direspecting the name (and I am assuming they are since they are on a Cougfan forum). The reason I have this feeling towards the message boards on Cougfan is because of comments made by posters on this site. (This of course is an assumption based on comments and not intended to offend anyone.) This got me wondering how many CougCenter members use their same screen name on other sites. I have seen a couple CougCenter members (who will remain nameless) go after each other on this site because they had beef with each other on another message board. That got me thinking, "I wonder if people on the Cougfan message boards think any of those socalcougs over there are the one who post on CougCenter." The one good thing is they don't capitalize my name like me, so hopefully not. I was never a message board guy (I actually thought it was kind of crazy), but somehow I got hooked in here at CougCenter and now have been here a few years (9/08). I think I joined because this place is different than most message boards, this site actually has a mission statement (aka Community Guidelines). It is the Pullman of the message boards. This is the only place I post. I will be interested to hear what you guys have to say. Below I have put together a poll for fun to give us an idea of where everyone stands.
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