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So that's all it takes?

Re: So that's all it takes?

Postby jake2250 » Jan 08 2020, 2:30am

Word on the street is, it gives you 5 extra HP!
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Re: So that's all it takes?

Postby roorancherroorancher is online! » Jan 08 2020, 2:33am

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Re: So that's all it takes?

Postby ricka182 » Jan 08 2020, 2:43am

green68mustang_2002 wrote:Must make him feel better to have all that power!!



Nope. But you must feel special for still coming here as a non-GM owner.
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Re: So that's all it takes?

Postby Onlyina_Chevy » Jan 08 2020, 4:00am

I hate to be this guy, but you all are being a little bit petty and disrespectful. That being said, I'm doling out a couple of 3 day vacations tonight. Please be sure you read this!!! since it seems to have been forgotten:

#32 wrote:Ladies and Gentlemen,
Once again, you spoke and we listened. We are proud to announce the " Official Guidelines & Site Etiquette". Please read, understand, follow, and report when necessary.
Our goal is never to over-moderate or create restrictions, but rather to help us all thrive in this fast paced on-line environment.

Please don't hesitate to PM a moderator with comments or suggestions regarding this list.

Guidelines to live by

    (Following guideline infractions will result in a confab of Staff members to be discussed as to severity of disciplinary action. Appeals always welcome, after all… we are all human.)

    1. Moderators and Administrators are here to help keep this site as great as it is. If a mod or admin asks you to do (or not to do) something... please listen.
    - We are all passionate about this website and do our best to to keep it clean, neat, and orderly for all. When a moderator makes a comment it is not to hurt or insult. It is for the overall good of our membership. Please respect that.

    2. Don't swear... too much
    - We are a family friendly website. Let's keep it clean and respectful. If you wouldn't say it in front of your grandmother, don't say it here. F-bombs are never accepted and should never be implied.

    3. NO racial or sexual slurs.
    - We are a family friendly website. Let's keep it clean and respectful. If you wouldn't say it in front of your grandmother, don't say it here.

    4. We realize most of our membership are "good 'ol boys" but do your best not to objectify the opposite sex.
    - We are a family friendly website. Let's keep it clean and respectful. If you wouldn't post it in front of your daughter, grandmother, or at church it doesn't belong here.

    5. There is never a reason to personally attack other members.
    - We are here to talk about trucks. If you don't like something someone said, report the post, or click out of the thread.

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    1. We're all here because we love our trucks... There's no reason to post simply to flame or contradict another member. Let's keep it positive.
    - We like to think of SilveradoSierra.com as a positive truck loving community. If you cannot say what needs to be said respectfully... Don't say it.

    2. Use an * in place of the letter "O" when spelling F*rd and D*dge (which we don't want to hear about). Don't even bother bringing up T*y*tas, or H*ndas... They're not real trucks anyway.
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Thank you for reading and complying with these guidelines. They were not simply pulled from the minds of your moderators, but complied through input from our members over the past 6 months. We are passionate about the success of this site and know you are too. So, let's continue working together to help SilveradoSierra.com grow to be the very best truck-focused forum on the internet.
Again, it was your input that inspired and developed these rules, so your comments, additions, and suggestions are always welcome. Feel free to send a PM to any Mod/Admin.

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I will say this, like the admins before me:

We are all here for a reason. Most people join with a question regarding their GM truck. And believe me, there are plenty. Sure, GM still hasn't gotten it all right, but neither has F**d, D***e, N****n or T****a. They all have their little idiosyncrasies that we tend to avoid speaking of or dealing with so that for the most part, but it's no reason to come down on a specific brand because someone's chose a different vehicle path. Although I've not seen any direct bashing of GM from those that have chosen that other path, we can see the chip on your shoulders toward those that still enjoy the Longest-Lasting, Most dependable vehicle on earth.


Let's try to consider things that are FAR MORE IMPORTANT such as family, friends and living life to it fullest....and enjoying Silverados and Sierras. IF you choose not to, please leave quietly and come back when you've settled down and removed that chip.

I'm getting a little disheartened at the constant bickering on the site. IF you don't like the subject matter being discussed in a particular thread, feel free to click out of the topic and move on to something that interests you more OR to which you can add some valuable information. The dick-measuring contests are getting annoying....please cease and desist.

The Moderators are here to assist you, not justify their position on the site. We are not paid for the extra time we are here to, dare I say it, police the forums. In a perfect world they are here to answer questions regarding how to navigate the site, correct threads and post to make them more readable to the masses and approve first posts to make sure the site is spam-free for your viewing and information-gathering pleasure.
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Re: So that's all it takes?

Postby adam86107 » Jan 08 2020, 4:34am

Nice post Vince. Y'all should remove etiquette number 3. Being able to directly quote someone makes it clear who you are directly speaking to. This is the only forum I've ever seen with that rule. It's a pain when you are responding to someone and then someone else comments while you are typing and now you are no longer the next comment.
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Re: So that's all it takes?

Postby Onlyina_Chevy » Jan 08 2020, 9:28pm

I'm not as worried about that one as I am at disrespecting the admins. Sure, we aren't perfect. Sometimes we let things get out of hand or feed into the **** that can go on here. We're human....and this is the internet.

Think of SilveradoSierra as our little Double Deuce. We've cleaned house many times....we'll clean it again. We try and be fair, until it seems like we are being unfair....some people drive the Moderators to that point. Again, we are only human.
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