They're just copying old thread titles.
(to get their post count up?)
Ah yes, I see.
Probably the saddest and stupidest way I've ever seen someone try and whore up their post count.
Their old posted hub?
I sorry, but I am confuse. What is the problem?
Must admit I was wondering the same thing, Who cares really, old Posts new Posts whats the difference. I am sure people do not check all the old Posts before coming up with a new thread idea, maybe it is repetition, but a bit crazy to say its whoring, to get a few adsense points. No one would seriously bother.
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