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Welcome to General Discussion! Please Read.
« on: March 12, 2014, 12:36:59 pm »
Welcome everyone to the General Discussion board. Feel free to discuss just about anything here, whether it be automotive repair, football, dress material, or which bars in the greater Seattle area serve the best martinis. We do, however, have a few house rules that we enforce. Not because we want to be jerks or because of any opposition to free speech, but rather because observation of these rules tends to result in fewer people hating each other and cleaner overall conversation. Some of these are reiterations of what is stated in the Code of Conduct, but since they especially apply to a general discussion board, they're restated here.

  • Absolutely no discussion of religion or politics please. These are always hotly contested topics and there are plenty of other places on the internet for them.
  • Keep your language non-offensive. Try not to talk down to people or insult them and if a word is generally considered to be offensive, then don't use it.
  • Absolutely no links to offensive content or sites/communities that promote it. This includes pornography, blood/gore, racial slurs/jokes, animal cruelty, etc.
  • No flaming of any type will be tolerated. We consider flaming to be harassment and harassment of any sort will result in the aggressor being banned.
  • Posts on this board are not counted toward a user's post count. This is to encourage participation in the support and resource boards. We all know that everyone says post counts are pretty meaningless, but we pretty much all look at them anyway.

Ignorance of these rules is not considered an excuse for breaking them. Breaking of the rules will result in post sanctions and/or banning depending on the severity. Moderators here have the authority to act on behalf of Peppermint in these matters and within the confines of this forum, that authority is absolute.

Please refer to the Code of Conduct here: http://forum.peppermintos.com/index.php?topic=4.0

Thanks everyone for reading this. We hope that everyone can abide by the rules and have fun, genuine discussion.
« Last Edit: March 12, 2014, 12:53:08 pm by kendall »
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