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WebSwap

Like daytrips from your own home
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Arrange people on various web forums such as the half bakery to visit another forum for the day. Then, later, the other forum visits the half bakery.

This is done to expand peoples view on the web. It is not to invade and take over for the day but for people to be invited in and talk about whatever the forum was designed for.

To avoid this being a 'Wouldnt it be great if everyone...', this should be run from a website that sets dates and pair together forums that it thinks will get along.

miasere, Aug 08 2007

alt.idiots http://groups.googl...opics?lnk=srg&hl=en
For discussion of idiots and all things idiotic. [wagster, Aug 08 2007]

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       I go to a forum/site to go to that forum/site, not to be carted off like a day-trip at the retirement home [-]
vincevincevince, Aug 08 2007
  

       <wild-eyed hunchback>   

       ...we don't like outsiders here...   

       This is a local site, for local people...   

       </w-eh>
theleopard, Aug 08 2007
  

       LOL! YAH, KEWL IFF W HAVE ALLTHE MISPASERS HER FO A DAY! LOLFAQBBQ!
Galbinus_Caeli, Aug 08 2007
  

       [Caeli], NO MISPASE AS THEY ARE ALL THE GHEY
miasere, Aug 08 2007
  

       This is a loco site, for loco people.
xandram, Aug 08 2007
  

       Let swap with these guys... (link)
wagster, Aug 08 2007
  

       Actually, let's not and say we did... (same link)
wagster, Aug 08 2007
  

       [miasere], you are just promoting the idea of community web-surfing. words fail.
k_sra, Aug 08 2007
  
      
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