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Anonymous

What in the world happened here that caused everyone to leave?

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Rob
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Facebook and Twitter. Even Reddit to some extent.

anonymouse (not verified)

Requiring registration seemed to really cull the herd, despite everyone's insistence (beforehand) it would only improve the community.

Rob
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Registration was never required, as your anonymous post shows. It is still not required.

Anonymous (not verified)

I recall a time of required registration to post. Am I not remembering correctly?

Anonymous (not verified)

Social media has made this board the Chernobyl of Action Figure collecting.

Rob
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You are not remembering correctly. This board has never had required registration.

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Social media is definitely a factor as already mentioned, but I think the rise of the Youtube reviewer is just as much to blame. I used to dislike Youtube reviews (and still do in some cases) but have just come to accept that that's where the toy collecting community like to get it's info these days.