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Thread: Locked threads = the same a a car crash (GDG?)

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    Senior Member Steve Amrein's Avatar
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    Default Locked threads = the same a a car crash (GDG?)

    When driving and pass a car crash most folks are drawn by curiosity, concern or just like the drama. When I scroll down the page looking for something that peaks my interest I am always drawn to a locked thread. Sometimes I wish I would have had a chance to add (hopefully) something relevant, make a smart comment or call someone a Allhose.
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    Thats why I prefer the "Moved" threads. The bodies are gone and all the carnage dissapears When they are just locked, the horrible images will stay with you all your life!
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