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Tips for posting in this forum.

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Here are some general rules for posting in this section:


This section is for more intelligent discussion, while we welcome your postings we want to make sure that every new topic that is made is in the section of the forum that it belongs; wouldn't it be confusing if the freehand videos were in the stringing forum? Yeah, it would so please don't post non serious topics in this forum and please do not spam this forum in anyway; we understand that sometimes you just want to share your feelings and in light of that we created the Love Lounge forum and have lots of miscellaneous forums to help you post in places where you posts will be given the appropriate attention.


Thank you for your understanding! Below are the general rules of this forum found on the top of every page. Happy posting.




Personal attacks of any kind will not be tolerated.

Be respectful. acting like a munchkin will get you treated as such.

Be supportive, although you may view one person's problem as trivial, to them, it may actually be a life or death issue.

Sometimes, we all need to simply agree to disagree.

Finally, there are no right or wrong answers, only opinions. so avoid the "you're wrong and are goig to burn in hell" or "well, you are just stupid" retorts when you don't like what someone has to say. no matter how hard you try, you cannot make someone agree with you if they don't see it that way.

Avoid intellectual dead-endsTry avoid using phrases like, "it's useless talking to you!" or "you are all one-sided and my opinions can't change you". Instead, follow the ways of socrates and try to INCREASE discussion by asking questions. Be OPEN-MINDED. This is just a forum and you are unlikely you will change anyone elses viewpoints, but you may learn a thing or two. Hypothetically accept viewpoints now and then for the sake of discussion and to fully understand their viewpoints.

Try to type on a level that's somewhat formal. Abreviations or slang words are not recommended because people will just not take you seriously.

Avoid cursing and slander.

DO reference your thoughts with links and outside references for people to peruse. That will encourage a sideways debate.

If a debate spurns a new side-debate, make a new thread, and be kind enough to link to the new thread.

Be DESCRIPTIVE in your topic descriptions.

PROOF-READ! Absolute correctness is not necessary, but people should at least get what you are saying.



- Az

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um...why are you posting a pin of something that appears on every page in this section? If people disregard the note on every page, what's the odds that they'll go out of their way to read the pin?

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There is more than the topic rules there. See, if you actually read'd see the common sense in it. :/ you Phail.

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