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  • #16
    Great suggestions above now let's keep our fingers crossed and see if anything gets done about it.

    Explorer, the link below shows a skeleton of an Irish elk.
    The article states they were not elk but they were giant deer.
    It would of been neat just to see them running the woods today.

    www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/mammal/artio/irishelk.html

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    • #17
      How about an edit button for your answers or comments? Then when you push the submit button 100 times you can go back and hit edit and delete your post(s). Or if you can't spell worth a damn, you can edit it and fix what you need to fix.

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      • #18
        I would say hire a 16 year old to make this thing go faster/less glitches and a 60 year old to make sure the 16 year old does not screw up the content.

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        • #19
          Gary - Thanks for the link.
          I once saw a cartoon with an Irish elk walking up the ramp leading into Noah's ark, but he could not get his head through the doorway.

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          • #20
            Ditto to everything Dakota and Alpha said, can't think of anything additional, they have pretty well nailed it.

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            • #21
              Just thought of another:
              Allow posts to be edited by the author; especially to delete/replace photos. We are never sure how they will appear or whether they will actually load. In many cases the text is posted without the picture and we have to redundantly try again, often failing due to circumstances beyond our control. Comment editing would help us avoid corrective posts that the reader must catch later.

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              • #22
                Next to or on any SUBMIT button, add a caution, press only once note.

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