Please slow down!

lulupalooza

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Mar 29, 2008
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I come in here and have 380 posts to read since last night! :shock: no way I am ever going to catch up now!! :lol:

Had a case lot sale at our local commisary, so it was pretty much a waste going to work and setting up my demo table. It was CRAZY crowded. I felt so bad for one lady her baby. They were out there yesterday and stood in line for 5 hours. She was a lobster! And her baby's poor little face was all sunburned too :(
 

duraleigh

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Apr 1, 2007
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Hi, Laura,

I know what you mean. This place cooks!! If you miss a complete day....you're behind the 8-ball. Do you know that this forum is barely one year old? Can you imagine what it will be like next Spring. They'll be 7-8,000 members and you'll have to be one of the "experts"!!! :shock: :shock: :shock:
 

JasonLion

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May 7, 2007
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There is another pool forum, PoolForum.com, that many of us came from. Due to administrative problems, PoolForum has been unable to accept new members for a couple of years. SeanB started this forum so that people who couldn't register at PoolForum would have a place they could ask questions. Ben, the founder of PoolForum, either invented or popularized many of the ideas that became the foundation of the BBB method.
 

whoozer

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Apr 2, 2008
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Acton Maine
I couldn't wiegh in yesterday on this topic because there were 387 posts I had to go through! Gees my obsessive compulsive disorder can't take it :-D
 

SeanB

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Casey said:
May I ask how this place got started?

You guys are rockin' !
Thanks.

Like Jason said, many of us got started over at PF. I was one of the last to join over there and like many others, wondered about the fate of the site. I started TFP so all of the "guests" who kept visiting but couldn't register, would have a place to ask their questions too. Apparently, people liked the slightly different approach of TFP and began using it as more than just a back up site, and things just kind of took off after that. 8)

You can read a little bit about our first year in this article from the newsletter:
http://www.troublefreepool.com/newslett ... wsletter=2
 

Casey

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Apr 16, 2007
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I went through almost the same thing with a website in Sept 07 and we survived too but you have more #'s than us, we are very busy though! :lol:

Congrats on the new site. I didn't realize how new it was when I joined.