Guidelines for the Hot Topics forum

Some topics tend to get heated and go off track in unwholesome ways quite quickly. The "hot topics" sub-forum is a place where such topics may be moved so that each post must be manually approved by moderator before it will become visible to members.
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Guidelines for the Hot Topics forum

Post by retrofuturist » Wed Feb 19, 2014 2:41 am

Greetings,

Some topics tend to get heated and go off track in unwholesome ways quite quickly. The "hot topics" sub-forum is a place where such topics may be moved so that each post must be manually approved by moderator before it will become visible to members.

Moderators reserve the right to disapprove posts that do not productively further the discussion, including those that do not present any advancement on the existing views or materials that have already been raised within the topic.


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