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    Default Straight Forward Rules

    The Straight Forward forum has stricter rules than most of the other subforums. Topics generally follow a question and answer format. Posts that are not deemed to be sufficiently on topic will be deleted.

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    Sleepin by the river just like he usually done
    Call for his whisky
    He can call for his tea
    Call all he wanta but he can't call me..."
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    Looks like the sticky needs to be bumped.

    This is the Straight Forward Forum. As stated above, posts not on topic can be deleted. We may not always get to these, or may simply leave them if they are not creating drift. However, posts in this forum can be held to strict question and answer format, meaning the opening poster asks a question and then the following posts are expected to answer the initial question. The idea is no thread drift. Threads are free, if you are asking a new question, start a new thread. The forum rules are designed so that the OP doesn't have to wade through a whole lot of off topic posts and unsolicited advice to get to a straight answer. If you can't conform to the SF rules, nearly all the other forums on WB have a more open format. Thank you for your understanding.
    "Sleepy alligator in the noonday sun
    Sleepin by the river just like he usually done
    Call for his whisky
    He can call for his tea
    Call all he wanta but he can't call me..."
    Robert Hunter & Ron McKernan

    Whiteblaze.net User Agreement.

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