There was this lady who lived down the bottom end of our road where we used to live. She was known as Star Wars Sue to is because she worked in the press office promoting Star Wars. Once a week she would stop off at our house on the way home to off-load a ton of surplus toys. You can imagine what there was. Everything. We had everything and didn't pay a penny for it. Where it all went I have no idea but is obviously something I occasionally think about given today's values. I suspect if our back garden was to ever be dug up they'd find a few figures.
My treasured memory is my dad taking me and a friend into Leicester Square to view an exclusive preview of ESB for the cast and staff the day before it premiered. What I wouldn't give for a more detailed memory of it though but understand everybody was there. I was 4.
^ Neither I was just pointing out that the original problem has not been resolved with the meme ban.
Why? Memes have been reduced by 1000% over the past week. One gets posted and the problem hasn't been 'resolved'? A bit of an overreaction don't you think?
It's been said above and accepted by many that the memes were getting out of hand. Do I think the problem warranted a total ban? No, but if it reduces their numbers down from 1000 to 1 then it's served its purpose. I honestly think we should just leave it the f alone now and allow the mods to do their job. I suspect the forum will soon find its equilibrium with only the limited mod interaction that's made it the success it is.