Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by Turboed_2, May 29, 2007.
is beginning to feel like MySpace for some reason. Am I the only one who feels this way?
bme 4-5 years ago was just like how myspace is now almost. with the iam stuff. it's been a long time since i've been on bme
bme in the late 90's was very different than it is now, but yeah the Iam part is a bit like myspace.
grrrr i still need to set up iam
I was never interested in the IAM part of the site. I just browsed the galleries and threw in a few bones to help them when I could.
I set up my IAM account, but haven't gone back in awhle.
instead of paying, i used to submit my piercing/tattoo stories for a free one month subscription
That's all I've done but it almost doesn't seem like it's worth it anymore.
bme/iam can be myspace'ish
but once you get involved and attend events and get to know a core group of people involved it's a totally different game.
ya, there's the 16 y/o girls with their navels pierced and the scene point emo kids with job killer tattoos. but i just weed through the bullshit and i've met alot of killer people on there
I like IAM, it doesn't feel *too* myspacey. Much more controlled. I agree with craiger- when you do events and stuff it's so different.
?? It's not. Submit a pic and you get a 3 months free membership. My only gripe is the interface isn't as easy to use as other places, I freakin hate the old-school forum style.
that's probably the furthest from the truth comment i've ever heard!
so pay the ten dollars if you want on iam..?
if not the bme/encyclopedia is free, and so are alot of pictures and experiences
not to mention the articles and the risks/faq section...i don't see a problem here?
if you're serious about getting mods and just want to get in touch with people to inform yourself....pay the ten bucks(which i preffered doing anyway) and then just add pics to your page as you get work done
are you the guy that wanted beading done?
and don't even pull the bullshit that they don't want help newbs
i know every staff member of bme personally and they are more then willing to help new people find what they're looking for.
if you are the beading guy....i told you before...looking at pictures won't teach you shit, read what's free in the glossary
i didn't have a hard membership until last year and i still managed to get along fine with what was free...ur coping out on laziness, instead of browsing the site a little
They've just made all the galleries totally open and free, as well as the experiences. You can buy an IAM membership if you really want, and it doesn't cost any more than an OT membership.