Anyway to clean this up??

Just was wondering why there is so much junk on the site recently? I always
enjoyed the R/C info but it's almost not worth looking anymore.
Ray
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Kat3595
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If you want to talk modelling pure and simple, go to rcgroups.
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Usenet has always had a high noise to signal ratio.
Whether you like it or not, it won't change.
So change your ideas, or the way you exchange info.
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The Natural Philosopher
The crap that shows up here usually comes from the same people, and also is usually spam posted to multiple newsgroups. For a simple fix to filter out (PLONK) individuals, and if you're using IE Explorer, have the assinine message highlighted, and click on "Block Sender" that you will find up there in the "Message" menu at the top of the screen. From that point on, messages posted from that sender won't even appear on your screen. You may also use alternate means of accessing newsgroups that allow you to block any messages other than those that are sent exclusively to the rec.models.rc.air group, but my main point is that there ARE ways to make your newsgroup experience easier to take. You're just going to have to do some research on your own.
MJC
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MJC
Usually the threads that go on and on about imbecilic topics are few in number, but high in quantity of posts... so, as mentioned, just create a rule to delete them (by subject title).... it is a lot easier than thinking they will self-police themselves. Which they won't.... And if you get bored, you can just delete the rule and read what they have to say.. . Arne, USA (member of the human tribe) .
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Arne
So? If you don't like it, I gave valid instructions on how to avoid it.
You, DR1 driver and C O Jones are the biggest plonkers here.
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The Natural Philosopher
It goes to prove that Adult Attention Deficit is real and not just something invented to sell pills.
Phil AMA609
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pcoopy
It goes to prove that Adult Attention Deficit is real and not something invented to sell pills.
Phil AMA609
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pcoopy

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