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If you wanted to make a thread that applied to two forums, what then?:

Always Right
I just realized how many topics actually applies to multiple completely different sub-forums...

For example, when I want to talk about innovative techniques/freedom as a whole, this would apply to Video Games, Film, Anime/Manga, and Comic Books.

How do you choose which subforum to make them all? Is there a "general" forum?
"Every opinion that isn't mine is subjected to Your Mileage May Vary."
 2 Bobby G, Thu, 19th May '11 8:22:20 PM from the Silvery Tay
 3 Ironeye, Thu, 19th May '11 8:22:53 PM from SoCal Relationship Status: Falling within your bell curve
Cutmaster-san
Yes. It's called Yack Fest (though OTC and the Old Folk's Home are also both options, depending on how you feel about derails and shitposting).
I'm bad, and that's good. I will never be good, and that's not bad. There's no one I'd rather be than me.
Always Right
To be honest, I don't even know how much my thread will apply to all the forums.

The original intention was video games because I can think of plenty of examples. But then I saw a King Kong ad and I was reminded about techniques in the old and new King Kong films and realized that it also applied to the thread I'm thinking...
"Every opinion that isn't mine is subjected to Your Mileage May Vary."
 5 Enzeru, Sat, 21st May '11 4:02:47 PM from Orlando, FL χಠ♥
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It's better to create the thread in as many highly-relevant forums as possible because it helps to get opinions from as many people/tropers as you can, particularly because frequenters of one forum might not frequent another forum.

The system doesn't know you right now, so no post button for you.
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