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    As a Jeepr, I am very dissapointed in the whole Wayalife experience

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    Well thank you kind sirs. I never really left, I was just quietly contemplating "what it takes to make 35"s fit" or "do I need bump-stops running 40"s on stock Sahara axles" or "I have put weight on over the Easter holiday and was wondering if I should sleeve and truss my seat frame rails, and if there was a WAYALIFE video tutorial on this" or "how to use the search function to find douches" and other pertinent off-roading questions......


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    I was going to message Eddie back with an apology… but forgot my PM privileges had been revoked

    I stand with my comments and response above, and pretty positive I can substantiate all of them with good examples (there are plenty) and I did not bad mouth Eddie. The forum has potential, good tech and some good people (see the screenshot), butI speak truly that the site is continuing its downhill path by choice and by what is promoted as acceptable top down. Eddie mentioned it is his little site on the net, but again it is a forum and for it to exist, more than one person is needed otherwise it would be a static website. Again this is not my business, it is Eddie’s…. I am still disappointed, still believe this forum could do better. The potential is there, the willingness to do better is obviously not, and drama is the preferred channel, so keep going at it, seems to be working very well.

    Not worth my time continuing to reply aside from the mutual entertainment factor so keep on it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by geberhard View Post
    I was going to message Eddie back with an apology… but forgot my PM privileges had been revoked

    I stand with my comments and response above, and pretty positive I can substantiate all of them with good examples (there are plenty) and I did not bad mouth Eddie. The forum has potential, good tech and some good people (see the screenshot), butI speak truly that the site is continuing its downhill path by choice and by what is promoted as acceptable top down. Eddie mentioned it is his little site on the net, but again it is a forum and for it to exist, more than one person is needed otherwise it would be a static website. Again this is not my business, it is Eddie’s…. I am still disappointed, still believe this forum could do better. The potential is there, the willingness to do better is obviously not, and drama is the preferred channel, so keep going at it, seems to be working very well.

    Not worth my time continuing to reply aside from the mutual entertainment factor so keep on it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by geberhard View Post
    I was going to message Eddie back with an apology… but forgot my PM privileges had been revoked

    I stand with my comments and response above, and pretty positive I can substantiate all of them with good examples (there are plenty) and I did not bad mouth Eddie. The forum has potential, good tech and some good people (see the screenshot), butI speak truly that the site is continuing its downhill path by choice and by what is promoted as acceptable top down. Eddie mentioned it is his little site on the net, but again it is a forum and for it to exist, more than one person is needed otherwise it would be a static website. Again this is not my business, it is Eddie’s…. I am still disappointed, still believe this forum could do better. The potential is there, the willingness to do better is obviously not, and drama is the preferred channel, so keep going at it, seems to be working very well.

    Not worth my time continuing to reply aside from the mutual entertainment factor so keep on it...
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    As a Jeepr, I am very dissapointed in the whole Wayalife experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Well thank you kind sirs. I never really left, I was just quietly contemplating "what it takes to make 35"s fit" or "do I need bump-stops running 40"s on stock Sahara axles" or "I have put weight on over the Easter holiday and was wondering if I should sleeve and truss my seat frame rails, and if there was a WAYALIFE video tutorial on this" or "how to use the search function to find douches" and other pertinent off-roading questions......
    Whoa! Talk about long time no see! I'm so glad that you dropped in to share some of the things you've been quietly contemplating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Hello MTG, Sharkey, and of course, Edward Oh.......

    I just thought this would be a great place to do a random drive by posting, since lurking in the shadows for so long has gotten boring.

    I hope all is well, miss you guys, mean it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Well thank you kind sirs. I never really left, I was just quietly contemplating "what it takes to make 35"s fit" or "do I need bump-stops running 40"s on stock Sahara axles" or "I have put weight on over the Easter holiday and was wondering if I should sleeve and truss my seat frame rails, and if there was a WAYALIFE video tutorial on this" or "how to use the search function to find douches" and other pertinent off-roading questions......


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    Well, well, well....

    You got some nerve just showing up here and posting on some random douchebag thread. I've got one question for you...

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    As a Jeepr, I am very dissapointed in the whole Wayalife experience

    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Well thank you kind sirs. I never really left, I was just quietly contemplating "what it takes to make 35"s fit" or "do I need bump-stops running 40"s on stock Sahara axles" or "I have put weight on over the Easter holiday and was wondering if I should sleeve and truss my seat frame rails, and if there was a WAYALIFE video tutorial on this" or "how to use the search function to find douches" and other pertinent off-roading questions......


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    As a Jeepr, I am very dissapointed in the whole Wayalife experience

    Hey guys can I ask a question the guy thats doing all the complaining does his Jeep run on fossil fuel's or is it just run and methane from him


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