Sorry Boomer....I will provide a link to what the moderator posted in that thread. Suggest that you go to minute 1:10 if you don't have time to watch it all.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9q2jNjOPdk
So I am actually following forum rules. If you are having any difficulty in finding out when a thread started which will likely be very close to when that particular accident happened, approximately one half second can be taken to look to the far right of the thread when it pops up where the date and time of the original post was made. A few seconds if you are not on the first page of the thread.
Or, if you are unhappy with the forum rules or desires of the moderator, one could choose to be constructive like making a suggestion here to the moderator, such as listing the date and time of the first post just like it does for the last post on the page listing all the threads.
Thanks for the input.
Great video! I've seen it before, and think it should be required watching in order to open an account on most forums.
'Blame' here, if there is any, should be directed to the OP of these various threads for using crappy titles. As has been mentioned, it's very, very easy to look for the date the thread was started. Perhaps AvCanada should have some stricter thread naming rules - but few would follow and would just mean more work for the Mods.
Speaking of the Mods, we've all seen how many locked threads there are when someone starts a new thread on a topic when another already exists. To suggest someone go out of their way to purposely start a new thread rather than updating an existing one seems a bit odd.