I'm on the forums almost everyday now. I browse through topics and try to help answer posts. The thing i see most though is not peoples questions getting answered. Instead i see flaming day in and day out. These forums are to help noobs and elites per se. If you don't feel like answering their post or you feel it is too "noobish" to answer don't say anything. It is best to keep your mouth shut. Everyone has to start out somewhere. At least they're making the attempt to have knowledge and maybe help out someone else in the same position they were in one day. I just needed to say this because it has been on my mind lately. Come on guys how are we gonna be able to defeat Sony if we cant even work together. The homebrew scene should be a fun and learning experience not a reckless and non-caring one. We should all be able to come together, with out being flamed, and just do what we do best talk about homebrew. I know that some threads shouldn't even be started. For instance ones blaming programmers for bricking their PSP when they knew the risks. If this is the case and it makes you mad, just don't say anything. Let the thread sink instead of giving that person the attention they want. Don't post trying to rack up points or fill this forum with more useless hate. Don't flame just because you feel bad about yourself and want to release it on someone else. How come we cant all be mature individuals here. I don't like these forum filled with tense questions afraid of what people might say or think. There may be some good questions out there that spark some interest in something or lead to a homebrew idea in some way, shape, or form. I suggest you all read Operation Positive Posting again. Thank you for at least taking the time to read this and respect my opinion.