Just a suggestion, but it might be a good thing to check the Archives before starting a similar or repeated topic.
i've noticed that this is really getting on your nerves. it gets on mine too. i swear if we get 13 or 14 more Austin Daye topics or NBA Draft comparison topics i'm gonna assassinate Blake Griffin.
Dang man. Im so glad that before i start a new thread i have to look through 50 pages of threads just so i dont repeat one. And since opinions never change and new users never join, i will just read what was said last year about BJ Mullens and just go with that. Sound good?? If it bothers you that bad, just keep &$#%#&@!in and see who listens.
do you even know how much forum topics are here? and do you seriously think people are going to go on every page to check if there was a forum about a specific topic already? NO ofcourse not. even if users use that search feature for previous topics, they'd have to go through a bunch of forums, i just searched bj mullens and there's like 13 pages for him. a topic here lasts for only 2 days and people don't bother to reply anymore. those guys starting their own topics are just looking for opinions from other users. why post on a dead forum when you can start your own and have a decent debate with other posters?