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GreatAdventureHistory.com Posting Rules and Guidlines

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The Commandments of Posting:


--Do not post copyrighted material without prior consent from the owner. Materials used from other sources MUST BE CREDITED (including links back to the original source).

--Do not use foul language or inappropriate language while posting a message.

--Do not flame or attack other visitors with any sort of vulgar messages.

--Do not "spam" the boards or PM system with unnecessary messages.

--Do not write in all capital letters.

--Please keep topics on subject. If you feel the need to digress, start a new thread in the appropriate forum.

--Keep your signatures to a minimum. Graphics and unnecessarily long signatures will not be tolerated.

--Posts should be written using standard English, and should be proofread for spelling mistakes before posting. Instant Messenger shorthand is not acceptable.

--Do not post for the sake of posting. Posting a comment that adds nothing to the conversation (like "I rode that", "what was this ride like") is unnecessary and will be deleted. Please read the spotlight before asking questions about the spotlight.


Special Note:

Please do not disclose any "non-public" information about Great Adventure or any other park. This includes not posting pictures that in any way violate park rules (onride photos and videos, pictures taken from off limits areas without permission). This is a public site, and Six Flags may take action against employees who violate the park rules by posting confidential information.

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  • 3 years later...

Just a quick addendum to the rules of posting:


If you are starting a new topic and it is about your ideas/thoughts/speculation about the park with no basis in fact (not something that is planned or under construction), it doesn't belong in "The Future of the Park". Instead it should be placed in the forum "My Ideas for the Park".


Thank You! :)

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  • 2 years later...

Not to sound like a school teacher, but PLEASE take a few seconds to make sure your posts include proper grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation before clicking the Post key. Non-conforming posts may be subject to editing by a moderator or possibly deleted.

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