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Thread: Sub-Folders and Posting etiquette

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2004

    Sub-Folders and Posting etiquette

    Welcome to the new look within DK's Gallery/Media thread. Hope you will all enjoy the more organized feel.

    There are three sub-forums.

    Members Rides - Very self-explaintory. Post pictures of your car, talk about yourself, your mods etc. Lets put a face to each wacky user name. Update it from time to time, yes we all want to know! Try not to start a new thread, and build upon your existing one, unless it is a new car.

    Event Media - Post pictures of local Auto Shows / Import Shows. Clue everyone in on what's hot in your community. This is also the same thread you can post pictures of year round DK meets, mini meets, and other club gathering in your local community. No need to post the pictures in the Events thread that get forgotten, post them here. Also videos and digital stills from any form of motorsports Professional or Amature is good to go here as well.

    Miscellaneous Gallery - If you are not sure where to post your thread, post it here an Admin or Mod will be maintaining the thread from time to time, and move it to the appropriate forum. :cool:

    As always, please post with common sense. Avoid nudity, profanity, and or silly talks/videos of home made of street racing. Once we catch it, we will lock and or delete the thread. If you don't have anything good to say about other peoples pictures or post, don't say it at all. We may be just a small website compared to others, but Dori-Kaze is one of the closest knit communities. Lets keep the tradtion of being friendly, knowledgeable, and extending a hand to help others when they are in need of assistance.


    Crzy Joe

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    Last edited by SupraFiend; 12-22-2008 at 11:42 AM.
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2005
    Quote Originally Posted by Crzy Joe
    Lets keep the tradtion of being friendly, knowledgeable, and extending a hand to help others when they are in need of assistance.

    I haven't been here for long, and so far, everyone is amazing!

    It's like comparing Golden to Banff.. Except we're comparing DK to RS.

    Golden: Pro snowboarders, no smack talk
    Banff: Smack talk, not very pro boarders

    DK: Some friendly smack talk, and an incredible wealth of knowledge shared by some of the friendliest people I've ever seen on forums (hawt meowmeowmeowmeowin' cars too!)
    RS: 14 year old kids who tell people they drive a 650 WHP S2K ppppppppposer!
    Last edited by bodaciousbob; 12-27-2005 at 11:25 PM.

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