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Thread: a rule you all should be aware of (your post is final)

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    Exclamation a rule you all should be aware of (your post is final)

    Rules are an attempt at objectivity, equality and fairness.
    We, the moderators, have recently seen a necessity to clarify, emphasize,
    and make specific mention of a rule of this forum:

    You are responsible for what you decide to post.
    Do not post something and then ask us to delete it.
    We get these requests sometimes and in order to act fairly and objectively,
    we have to make it a rule instead of considering each one individually,
    because people have all kinds of reasons - some seem sound, others are
    obvious excuses with ulterior motives.

    The point is, don't drop it on us - we don't want responsibility for you.
    We don't want to play judge or court system, weighing and measuring,
    yes to some, no to others. We don't want to do that, and you don't want us
    to do that to you. So the solution is - you are responsible for you.
    Post as if your post is final, because it is.

    The exceptions are for the cleanliness and flow of the forum, not for
    the individual. We may delete what we find offensive or off-topic or
    personal attacks, etc. But we do not delete alchemical information that
    has been shared. So it's up to you to forsee anything that may come back
    to bite you.
    Last edited by Awani; 07-08-2012 at 11:39 PM. Reason: clarify thread title

    "To conjure is nothing else than to observe anything rightly, to know and understand what it is." - Paracelsus

    "Why, then, don't you act when you see the danger of your conditioning? The answer is you don't see... seeing is acting." J. Krishnamurti

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    To this, I will add that there is a 24 Hour Window, in which you can change/edit your posts before they become permanent.

    For more details on general Rules and Guidelines, please see This Announcement.

    Thank you.

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