Liking a Post

Liking A Post

Sometimes when interacting with other members on a forum, you may come across a post that you either enjoy or agree with, but don't necessarily have anything to add to the discussion thread yourself. Instead of posting your own reply in the thread with something like "I agree with you", you can show appreciation to the members post by using the Like system.


When you like another members post, a message will appear at the top of the post showing the amount of likes the post has received. When this message is clicked, a pop up window will display the names of the members that have clicked the like button for that particular post. If you do not see a message noting how many likes a post has received, then that means that the post has not yet been liked by another member of the forum just yet.


Once you have located a post that you would like to show appreciation for, locate the like button found in the top-right hand corner of the post. Once this button is clicked, the liked total for the post will increase by one, and your name will be added to the list of members who have liked that particular post.

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AndiTheBarvarian: Ah Pfannkuchen, will have had some for lunch today... Jan 25, 2020 7:31:05 GMT *
treeslicer: Actually, JFK expressed it correctly for where he was. Now pass the Pfannkuchen. Jan 25, 2020 5:19:38 GMT
Quillon: “Ich bin ein Berliner” 🍩
Jan 25, 2020 4:37:47 GMT *
treeslicer: So did you transfer into German then, too? I had enough of French in first year, trying to pronounce barbarisms like "Moi non plus" like the Froggies do. (rofl) Jan 25, 2020 4:09:16 GMT
christain: SMACK!!!----I'm loving this! :D----- (rofl) Now us Scottish---we'd just take your liquor and leave you to kill each other. (rofl) Jan 25, 2020 2:51:02 GMT
RufusScorpius: I was scolded by a French teacher for not speaking good French. I told hear all I hear coming out of her mouth was badly mispronounced provincial Latin. Jan 25, 2020 2:46:55 GMT
AndiTheBarvarian: The Roman senator in the animal cage behind my house utters such things usually but we know the Romans used only a bad copy of the Etruscan and Greek letters. Jan 25, 2020 1:06:55 GMT
RufusScorpius: I like your use of the LATIN alphabet. Why not use your own? Oh, wait... Jan 25, 2020 0:45:41 GMT
AndiTheBarvarian: It's ok for us barbarians to HAVE, what the Romans had! Jan 25, 2020 0:14:55 GMT *
RufusScorpius: Same thing. You are just imitating. But I understand. You can be LIKE a Roman, but you can never BE a Roman.. Jan 25, 2020 0:02:23 GMT
AndiTheBarvarian: The reason may be that the pencil still was in the hand of a degenerated Roman who lost it somehow (the hand, not the pencil)! Jan 24, 2020 22:58:41 GMT
RufusScorpius: Scratching a pencil across paper imitating what you see civilized people doing isn't writing. Barbarian Jan 24, 2020 22:00:06 GMT
AndiTheBarvarian: I sometimes write words with a pencil but no one can read them! :'( Jan 24, 2020 21:12:42 GMT
RufusScorpius: Pencils aren't used for writing words anymore. Jan 24, 2020 21:07:27 GMT
nerdthenord: I use pencils exclusively in college now. Try drawing chemical models or doing math problems with a pen that can't be easily erased and you will see that they certainly have their uses. Jan 24, 2020 20:47:35 GMT
MOK: Also, artists use pencils all the dang time! Jan 24, 2020 20:04:04 GMT
MOK: The original line is all about Richelieu boasting about his prowess as a statesman, nothing to do with the relative merits of pens and swords. Jan 24, 2020 20:02:45 GMT *
MOK: "Beneath the rule of men entirely great, the pen is mightier than the sword. Behold the arch-enchanters wand! - itself a nothing! - but taking sorcery from the master-hand to paralyse the Caesars, and to strike the loud earth breathless!" Jan 24, 2020 20:02:16 GMT
stormmaster: people who are mathematicians Jan 24, 2020 19:19:43 GMT
RufusScorpius: Who uses a pencil anymore? They are as obsolete as the sword to which they are supposed to be mightier than. Jan 24, 2020 17:51:40 GMT