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I have to disagree with you, athomason. I think it is the responsibility of a new user to lurk for a bit and get a feel for a place before expecting help. If you want something from someone, you should show some respect by reading about the site and/or observing for a while.

But the reason I voted it down wasn't just the fact that it was completely offtopic, but because it looked like an advertisement. It's hard to tell if it really is, because there's nothing at that site (which makes me wonder why the URL was posted at all).


In reply to (kudra: some newbie posts do deserve --) RE: Re: Where Can I Find A Banner Generator For My Website? by kudra
in thread Reaped: Where Can I Find A Banner Generator For My Website? by NodeReaper

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