Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by kuvash, Jan 11, 2019.
I understand the thread locked padlock sign what is N/A after the thread title?
I know it's no longer open just curious what it stands for.
Not Abiding by the world police's rules of communication?
Maybe it means you are now tagged as a non abider?
Just thought I'd ask not surprised at the answers
I tried to give you a straight answer. Maybe you'll believe these guys.
Thanks,your straight answer was followed with a question mark.Thought maybe you were guessing. This must then be something the powers that be decided should not be allowed to continue.
You mean like in "The Dude N/A"?
It means The Dude does not abide. Which is the opposite of what you want, is The Dude abiding.
Has always been as far as I know.
My curiosity was aroused wondering what or how a locked thread vs an N/A was decided upon.In the end I guess they both mean the same thing.Don't Go There!
I think N/A usually stands for Not Applicable - which I often use on forms where a question doesn't apply to me. However, in the context of a locked thread, it could be that the locker meant Not Available.
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Yup I understand that explanation as I do use it myself it just didn't make sense to me for closing a thread.