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Re: New Policy

Postby TejasZu » Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:39 pm

I'm new and completely understand... The world would be a better place if everyone embraced respect! I already got a ton of info from ya'll. - Thanks
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Re: New Policy

Postby Tad » Tue Jan 01, 2013 1:45 pm

Tad wrote:To go along with the new look, we have a new policy here at Planetisuzoo: Posts from now on will need to be constructive and nice. Try to be on-topic too :D

If there's some question about the definition of nice, feel free to ask but you probably already know the answer. We've had two members banned recently because they were not interested in being nice. The same goes for trolling: Resist the urge as we don't allow it. (definition of a Troll: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_(Internet) )

To discuss the new format, visit the thread about it here: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=54387

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Re: New Policy

Postby gm.anthony3 » Sat Jan 12, 2013 2:31 pm

Great policy!
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Re: New Policy

Postby BIGRED89 » Sat Feb 23, 2013 7:23 pm

New here but got it!!
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Re: New Policy

Postby 90mx5texas » Mon Feb 25, 2013 3:58 pm

govno90 wrote:
Selador wrote:Kind of like the old axiom:


so how old can an Axiom be now? 9-10 years old? they haven't been around very long. :wink: :wink: :wink:

Axiom= GMC Envoy (trail blazer) I sold GMC at that time, the XUV was a hard to sale one
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Re: New Policy

Postby bbast » Tue Mar 12, 2013 1:10 am

wow I've been away way to long. nice new look almost thought i went to wrong site. good looking about "being nice", jerks suck. trying to stay on 4 wheels is frustrating enuff w/o D-bag's harshing the mello. for my limited time on the site, everyone has been hella cool hope that keeps up. sounds like it will. glad to be back.
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Re: New Policy

Postby pathfinder » Mon Mar 25, 2013 8:38 pm

About those previous members that were banned for not being nice, Do you think that they might have been communists?/! Frank Burns of MASH seemed to have a good handle on this subject when he referred to to them as "little yellow Reds" Hawkeye replied with " Frank, take two "yellow reds" and call me in the morning" Classic MASH line :)
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Re: New Policy

Postby Margaret fishman » Sat May 04, 2013 11:09 pm

OKAY TAD. THIS IS TITLED ,NEW POLICY ,BUT WAS POSTED IN 2011, THIS IS NOW 2013 . SO MY QUESTION IS . HAVE I NOT BEEN NICE :shock: I KNOW I DO HAVE A TENDENCY TO GET OFF SUBJECT BUT ONLY MOMENTARILY, :roll: AND WHAT IS TROLLING :? I REALLY DON'T KNOW SO COULD U ENLIGHTEN ME PLEASE THANK YOU MARGARET FISHMAN :D :idea: AND WAS THIS DIRECTED AT ME ????? :(
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Re: New Policy

Postby JoeIsuzu » Sat May 04, 2013 11:44 pm

Margaret fishman wrote:OKAY TAD. THIS IS TITLED ,NEW POLICY ,BUT WAS POSTED IN 2011, THIS IS NOW 2013 . SO MY QUESTION IS . HAVE I NOT BEEN NICE :shock: I KNOW I DO HAVE A TENDENCY TO GET OFF SUBJECT BUT ONLY MOMENTARILY, :roll: AND WHAT IS TROLLING :? I REALLY DON'T KNOW SO COULD U ENLIGHTEN ME PLEASE THANK YOU MARGARET FISHMAN :D :idea: AND WAS THIS DIRECTED AT ME ????? :(

Since you joined almost 2 years after the post, I doubt it was directed at you, but a song comes to mind..."You're so vain..." Good old song, by the way. :)

Check here for "trolling".

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Re: New Policy

Postby Margaret fishman » Sat May 04, 2013 11:50 pm

OKAY GOT THE DEFINITION OF TROLLING I DIDN'T C THIS HERE AND THE LINK WASN'T THERE :D COOL GLAD IT'S NOT ALLOWED AS I HAVE ALREADY FALLEN VICTIM TO IT .OR AT LEAST THAT WAS THEIR INTENT OR IT SEEMED LIKE IT BUT I DON'T CARE THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT OPINIONS AND EVERY ONE HAS A RIGHT TO THEIRS AND IF IT MAKES SOMEONES DAY TO TRY TO MAKE ME LOOK STUPID WELL GO FOR IT IM JUST HERE TO LEARN AND COULD CARE LESS WHAT THEY THINK .I MEAN REALLY SOMETIMES I AM STUPID :roll: BUT I AM GLAD TO SEE THE PEOPLE HERE ,HEARTS ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE . WELL THAT SAID :idea: I'M GOING TO FIND THE DIESEL SITE CAUSE TALK ABOUT STUPID OH BOY :D THATS AN UNDERSTATEMENT LOL :D MARGARET PS JACK :notworthy: :P
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Re: New Policy

Postby stusvend » Sun May 05, 2013 12:13 am

what is.. I don't even.. huh?
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Re: New Policy

Postby holger » Fri Jun 07, 2013 11:42 am

90mx5texas wrote:Axiom= GMC Envoy (trail blazer)


Axiom and Envoy share no parts.
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Re: New Policy

Postby QuantumRift » Thu Jun 13, 2013 6:33 pm

They don't? Dang. we have a 2004 Envoy and I nearly jumped on a Axiom cause I thought it would be cool....oops, off topic.... :mrgreen:
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Re: New Policy

Postby 99 Fronty » Fri Jun 14, 2013 12:27 am

MARGARET ARE YOU BY CHANCE RELATED TO JLEMOND
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Re: New Policy

Postby Margaret fishman » Sat Jun 15, 2013 9:24 pm

99 Fronty wrote:MARGARET ARE YOU BY CHANCE RELATED TO JLEMOND

NO , WISH I WAS I COULD GET SOME FAMILY DEALS :D WHY DO U ASK ?
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Re: New Policy

Postby JoeIsuzu » Sat Jun 15, 2013 9:49 pm

Margaret fishman wrote:
99 Fronty wrote:MARGARET ARE YOU BY CHANCE RELATED TO JLEMOND

NO , WISH I WAS I COULD GET SOME FAMILY DEALS :D WHY DO U ASK ?

It's obvious. But Jerry is the only forum member who has blanket permission to use ALL CAPS. :lol:

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Re: New Policy

Postby H-A-T-H-A » Wed Jul 17, 2013 6:59 pm

Amen to that!!! I'm New to the community and you can expected a fine behavior from me....... :twisted:
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Re: New Policy

Postby mulesab » Thu Aug 01, 2013 12:48 pm

Hello fellow Isuzu enthusiasts, I believe this would be an excellent platform to introduce myself to the group. I am Chris and I just bought my first Isuzu almost a year ago for 900 bucks. 3.2 6V (do they make an inline version) 4x4 . Body seems to be in great shape but the engine is suffering from 195K of use. I originally bought the truck as a beach cruiser, something to the hit the OBX (Outer Banks of NC), I knew there was going to be issues, but now due to a bad harmonic balancer seal, and what seems to be a failing main bearing compiled with NO SHOP NO ANYTHING I am reaching out for knowledge and easy tricks to have me riding and not blowing oil down the beach. Leaking oil anywhere is irresponsible but on the beach is rude. I was going to sell it as a parts truck but after driving it and thinking about it I decided against it. A guy that I work with suggested a forum, and this place looks educated and after reading the new policy I see that I have found it.

now off to catch up on the all the previous info!
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Re: New Policy

Postby Selahdoor » Thu Aug 01, 2013 2:14 pm

mulesab wrote:Hello fellow Isuzu enthusiasts, I believe this would be an excellent platform to introduce myself to the group.

The best place for introductions is:

viewforum.php?f=24 (New Member Introductions)

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Re: New Policy

Postby JoeIsuzu » Thu Aug 01, 2013 2:31 pm

Selador wrote:
mulesab wrote:Hello fellow Isuzu enthusiasts, I believe this would be an excellent platform to introduce myself to the group.

The best place for introductions is:

viewforum.php?f=24 (New Member Introductions)

:D

And in your own NEW topic. Not someone else's. And DEFINITELY not the site admin's topic! ;) But welcome, anyway!

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Re: New Policy

Postby Black99Amigo4WD » Fri Aug 02, 2013 11:13 am

Great to hear!

Now as one of the few (only?) women on here, you will understand if you see me active, posting and answering for three weeks at a time and then BAM! Nothing... ...where did she go?

Well, that fourth week, I really need to stay off planetisuzu, you know, the policy and all. :wink:

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Re: New Policy

Postby akamigo » Mon Aug 19, 2013 1:27 am

I just wanted to show some gratitude and say, thank you all for being respectful and understanding to the newcomer. This forum is my favorite. I have only owned my amigo for 2 months now. And it will be up on jack stands more than tires for the next month. Saved hundreds of dollars because of this forum.
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Re: New Policy

Postby Sethwerf » Mon Sep 09, 2013 12:45 pm

Sounds spot on and I couldn't agree more. I have used the posts from this community a lot. Just recently made an account. I'm glad to hear there is control on trolling
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Re: New Policy

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