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Do We Need An Anecdotals Forum?

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I reckon there are too many forums on this site. In particular I think anecdotals belong on the main discussion forum, as they are often the most interesting and most responded to. Without them the main discussion board consists of threads about Japanese Interest Rates and the Dollar crisis.

As this forum is the first to be read by the vast majority of new members and guests, shouldn't it be the most readable and relevent to new comers?

Does anyone else agree?

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I reckon there are too many forums on this site. In particular I think anecdotals belong on the main discussion forum, as they are often the most interesting and most responded to. Without them the main discussion board consists of threads about Japanese Interest Rates and the Dollar crisis.

As this forum is the first to be read by the vast majority of new members and guests, shouldn't it be the most readable and relevent to new comers?

Does anyone else agree?

Yes & no, in a nutshell... I like that fact that they are separated & can be read separately, thus avoiding the usual guff about interest rates and moans about media spin. (& that damn evangelist Mr Pebble)

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