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It's 2013 and we still don't have the option to quote a post. Shouldn't that have been 1st on the agenda?

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I was also thinking about that recently.
that would be a whole lot easier than retyping an answer on someone else's question
Quoting a post is almost similar to posting the site link to the post location. What kind of quote feature are you suggesting? A further explanation about its core initiative will help others understand your suggestion.

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Dean, crawl under your hole with your over-rationalized specific half-twisted logic. Do you use internet forums? Quote, reply, respond box. [quote=Name]Text[/Quote] Simple bb coding. Do I have to spell it out for you? Everyone else understood perfectly fine. "hur durr I'm special." No.

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