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Anybody else find themselves addicted to The Huddle?

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oh, and

boo this man!!!!

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Pretty sure if I took the time to post on the Huddle from the beaches of Aruba I have some issues that I need to address.

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No. I have so little posts which proves my point.

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i was on the huddle pre crash like many here. i had to take a break and only lasted like 5 months. i found myself lurking more and more and then some post in the tinderbox set me off. so im back bastards.

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I've avoided actually getting to know anyone on the site, so I'm not addicted to the social aspect. I do check it more than once a day though during the off season.

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I've avoided actually getting to know anyone on the site, so I'm not addicted to the social aspect. I do check it more than once a day though during the off season.

ive got to know a couple guys pretty well, i would def consider them friends.

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easiest way to fix your huddle addiction is request a ban!

swag payment in advance required.

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hi, my name is pstall and I'm a recovering Huddle addict.

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I was addicted pre crash, back when we had the Survivor games going. That was a blast. Wasted many many hours on here playing those games. Now I am mostly a lurker. Trying not to become the same addict I was before.

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I'll be honest, the lack of quality content and the over-moderation on this thread have killed it in the past couple years.

Pre-crash it was great, but we lost some really good posters that day...most of them were too lazy to get a new password.

These days, for me, I can only read so much of this thread before I get bored quick. most of the turn off's for me include:

-racism

-lack of diversity in the content

-too much over-modding (i.e. power trips)

-in the College bball thread, all that is talked about is UNC/Duke, and the pestering is silly and annoying

...maybe it is just me that has changed. There are few people that are interested in the same things that I am, and once found on this site. I know I have gotten older, more mature, and busier at work, so that may have a big part in it.

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