RJ membership

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    Feb 27, 2012 4:20 PM GMT
    I closed my old account last November, but for the past few minutes I suddenly remembered there was such a site called RJ, and so created a new account with my old name.

    (Neutrally) surprised to find that some of the people who used to post quite a bit don't seem to be posting as much as before. At least from what I can remember. Is RJ (active) membership always so fleeting/transient?

    I'll probably be deleting this account a few days later as well. A little sad and guilty that I can't remember the name of this one nice guy whom I had promised to keep in touch with when I decided to delete my account. He isn't active anymore I think!
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    Feb 27, 2012 5:43 PM GMT
    What's the point in deleting the account versus being less active or inactive? At least that guy could get in touch if he decides to look for you.
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    Feb 28, 2012 12:54 PM GMT
    socalfitness saidWhat's the point in deleting the account versus being less active or inactive? At least that guy could get in touch if he decides to look for you.


    Well, I was pretty (wrongly) sure that I would never sign on again anyway, and I'm a little OCD in the sense that I don't like to leave inactive accounts lying around. It's just an annoying habit, like deleting every email in my account once i'm through with it.
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    Feb 28, 2012 12:58 PM GMT
    TheChrisGuy saidI closed my old account last November, but for the past few minutes I suddenly remembered there was such a site called RJ, and so created a new account with my old name.

    (Neutrally) surprised to find that some of the people who used to post quite a bit don't seem to be posting as much as before. At least from what I can remember. Is RJ (active) membership always so fleeting/transient?


    Yes, because 90% of the guys on FakeJock are not even jocks, and do not play or know anything about sports, which, of course, is the defining characteristic of a "jock".

    So once they find out this is not a dating site, most lose interest and go away.