Well I didn’t know that much but I met some really great members on there. I was hazed a bit but I probably needed it seeing how I used to be neurotic with posts.Half the IRC talk was talking behind the backs of the members here.
Enjoy these times, you're with your family and you get to learn and try new things, if anything that's wonderful. I'd rather be with my family then to be "rich" and lonely.In the verge of being broke staying with my parents and working 24/7 on my business, I guess its impossible
Well I didn’t know that much but I met some really great members on there. I was hazed a bit but I probably needed it seeing how I used to be neurotic with posts.
You may be right but my post was exclusively about my experience with it.
Facts. The people who got clowned on were always asking for it, and it was always the usual types, either self proclaimed gurus or the umpteenth help vampire asking to be spoon-fed how to make $xxx/day. There were some true industry movers and shakers in the IRC and if you came correct you could walk away with a gold mine of information. Myself and others spent countless hours helping people with issues from the forum and/or providing insight to build them up for success. The amount of money being made in JVs going on in private channels was wild, a true golden era it was. RIP bz.The BHW IRC was my home for years where I made some of my best friends and partnerships from, some of the best admins and moderators this forum ever had and the ones that helped build this community ran the room, so I’m surprised at some of the comments above.
The forum wasn’t so timid back then though, so if you came into the irc acting silly then you can bet you were going to get trolled to hell.
I miss the irc, was proper sad when BZ god rest him, decided to shut it down.