gazing from the shadows
Please people, on live race events or even the day of the race, keep spoilers out of the titles of your posts and indicate that there are spoilers inside. It is a courtesy. Thanks.
dr hoo said:Please people, on live race events or even the day of the race, keep spoilers out of the titles of your posts and indicate that there are spoilers inside. It is a courtesy. Thanks.
Sorry, I disagree. I like to enter the RBR site through the Classic Forums page and from there you can see the title of the most recent post in the all of the forums. When posters put spoilers in the title it means I cannot log on to RBR all day if I want to watch the taped show later in the day.atpjunkie said:Without reciting all the reasons discussed in other threads, here is what we'll do:
1. No spoilers, without disclosure, in any forum other than the Tour/Giro (now racing) Forum. If you discuss results in any other forum, do not reveal results in the topic line, and put "spoiler" or "results" in the topic line. All posts not in compliance will be deleted, and if people persist in violating the rules, they risk getting banned.
2. The Tour/Giro Forum is wide open fair game. Don't go there if you don't want to see results
atpjunkie said:and for the last 3 plus years it has been posted that SPOILER is not needed in the racing forum. It usually gets posted every year explaining the rule. The basic tenet of the rule (because so much real time posting is going on) that if you don't wanna know, don't visit the site until you do.