After seeing the actions taken in this thread, I'm left absolutely boggled about something. Nevermind the fact that the thread is only two months old, which apparently is an ancient and bygone era somehow, but what exactly are posters expected to do when both are considered crimes against humanity? Reply to a relevant thread that's not all that old, and you get accused of "thread necromancy" even though that entire concept only came about in reference to discussions involving outdated information. Which I'm pretty sure less than two months doesn't count. Start a new post on a topic that's discussed regularly, and you get yelled at for doing so, and told to go read and respond to any one of the other threads. But if you go and do that, you get accused of "thread necromancy" and told to STFU and go start a new thread. But doing so gets you yelled at for wasting everyone's time by starting a new thread on something that's been addressed numerous times. etc. So which one is supposed to be the correct thing to do? I'm rather confused by the whole thing.