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Old August 27th, 2015, 05:51 AM   #21
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Kind of sad how so many thread starters describe the problems they are having, and then their thread gets a boat load of mostly very good suggestions for how to potentially best resolve the issue.

Then a month or so goes by and we still haven't heard any update from the OP to confirm whether or not anything that was posted helped them to solve their problem.

IMO, this is kind of disrespectful to not only the current SLF community of "helpers," but also to the future guests & members of this community, who may search and read through often quite long threads on problems they are having too, but then only to discover that there is no "light at the end of the thread" to indicate which approach (if any) seemed to work best for handling the stated problem.

Am I expecting too much to think of this as a sort of minimum level of SLF thread starter posting etiquette?

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Old August 28th, 2015, 03:57 AM   #22
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I agree with ĎDillo. Címon Obie, donít leave us hanging.
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Old September 9th, 2015, 06:25 PM   #23
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Hi Again,

Just stopping for a bit and back to other work.

Here is your starting post with you being the O.P. Original Poster

Originally Posted by Oblivionrising View Post
Okay so I am just starting back up after like a three year break. o-o-o
I am having sever foot cramping along the lateral edge of my feet into my arch and I am having a huge issue uncurling my toes. I don't know if this is because I am not tightening the boots down hard enough in the front toe area, but I have a good tightened boot at the top. o-o Any advice?
Armadillo makes an excellent point that mostly SLForum members like Feedback. If you were at REAL skating the same would happen to those older or more experienced with a Newbie, or a ReTread. They the older would search you out to say "OK what's going on, are you all better". We like to see skaters improve and sometimes keep at them. Boy I got stories on that like the young lady who couldn't Mohawk.

Anyway, won't be back in awhile, yet Arm is correct.

Feedback If you Please, SVP.

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