Since we're headed into a very busy time of year when the number of new shows is likely to take a big dip--actually, it already has--what if we replay those Golden Oldies? What I have in mind is for each of us to go find the original post for a favorite show (that someone other than us did) and then place a link to the actual thread, not the show itself, so everyone has an opportunity to see how the person explained the show. Oh, and no limit to the number of shows you reintroduce. Who among us has just one lonely favorite?
I hate watching as those great shows sink to the bottom of the pool. Let's dive down and scoop them up so all the newcomers will get to see them and learn from them and so that all us old poops can sit around and reminisce. I already have one in mind, but now I have to go find it. As soon as I do, I'll post it.
NOTE: If you've never seen a particular show before and haven't, therefore, ever commented on it, honor the person who created it by commenting in the original thread.
EDIT: I'm asking Mike to lock this thread so no links are posted in it, which means they could end up being lost.
In the meantime, I changed my original post because I wasn't at all clear about it. Thanks for pointing this out.
This is a great idea. When I first discovered this forum, I sat for 2 days & nights just watching sample shows (and went thru several bags of cookies in the process). I just couldn't believe the things (technically speaking) I was seeing. There's a lot of talent displayed in those shows, and you're right, it's a shame for them to be lost on the bottom of the forum barrel.
I'm going to search for my favorite as soon as I get back from the grocery store. This challenge calls for more cookies!
What do we do then? Should we contact the originator and ask them to post it again?
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