Another Helpful Hint
If you want us to take your group seriously, learn how to spell.
Then learn the difference between then and than.
Just to clarify:
Than is a conjunction linking two thoughts together. Unlike then, than is not related to time. Than is used in comparative statements. “I’d rather be hung upside down by my toes than have to read one more word of your FanFiction story.” or “My story is better than yours.”
Then shows order. “I am going to rip out your eyeballs with a Spork then feed them to you forcibly because of how horrible your story is.” or “I will be in Tampa then I will be in Miami.”