How can I contribute positively to physicsforums?


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How can I contribute positively to physicsforums?
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How can I contribute positively to physicsforums?
By using descriptive thread titles?
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By using descriptive thread titles?
booya! :D

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How can I contribute positively to physicsforums?


But I don't want to bias my audience too much. Can't I have my cake and eat it too?
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Hahaa, nice one berkeman
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I think you're doing fine.
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I think Evo or Greg should bake some "You're Doing Well" cookies and hand them out.
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I think Evo or Greg should bake some "You're Doing Well" cookies and hand them out.
I did, and I ate them all :D
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I did, and I ate them all :D
Then you sir get none of my cake!
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I vote for cupcakes. Little sesame street cupcakes with ernies and elmos on them



but oscar probably shouldn't look so happy. That would ruin my day.
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Ernie looks like he's on something...
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hmm... big bird too...
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I have dibs on The Count!
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I request something more substantial to the question than just cupcakes although I guess a cupcake really could change the trajectory of an asteroid. That's how the world works doesn't it? Little things, the smallest of things could have the biggest of impacts, butterfly effect and all. You could engage in the smallest of ways Geometer and have the most possitive of effects.


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