#11

Member
Atlanta, GA
Very simple and easy rules to understand and follow.

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Clint
#12
Fantastic, that is why I joined this forum as opposed to a very well known forum that will remain nameless. Big Grin

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#13

Member
Bromley, Kent, U.K.
Don't you just love simplicity & common sense.
Glad to see its still about. If only everything else was like that in life. Big Grin

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#14

Member
San Jose, California
I haven't been to other shaving forums, but reading rule 1 makes me wonder what kind of "thing" happened Big Grin.

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Sourav
#15

Member
Toronto, Ont. Canada
If you are referring to "No discussion of religion, politics, or weapons. Period."

Those are subjects that often engender bad feelings and to which a solution or answer is never found and nobody is ever victorious.

I think it's called "Playing with fire."

Mickey

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#16

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
(05-03-2016, 04:01 PM)iamsms Wrote: I haven't been to other shaving forums,  but reading rule 1 makes me wonder what kind of "thing"  happened Big Grin.

nothing on this forum in particular, but those topics can get VERY heated. we'd rather not bring that drama here when there's plenty of other sites to speak on those topics.

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Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
#17
Those topics are for nights spent chatting with close friends and cigars and scotch. In contrast with that relaxed atmosphere, everyone here is armed with sharp razor blades. Bad combination Tongue.

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#18

Member
San Jose, California
Don't get me wrong, I wasn't implying that this rule doesn't make sense, it makes perfect sense. I was just wondering why would someone bring those issues in a shaving forum anyway. Then again, we humans have a tendency to bring those issues everywhere, so I suppose I get the point of making this as a official rule.

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Sourav
#19

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
I believe that our rules are simple so that there can be no excuse not to follow them.  I guess what they try to say, in aggragate, is that common courtesy should be the driving force of any thread or post.  Disagreements are going to occur and there is nothing wrong with that.  However, how one responds is where the rules come in.

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#20

That Bald Guy with the Big Beard
Bishop, CA
(This post was last modified: 05-04-2016, 01:19 AM by BadDad.)
(05-03-2016, 10:09 PM)Freddy Wrote: I believe that our rules are simple so that there can be no excuse not to follow them.  I guess what they try to say, in aggragate, is that common courtesy should be the driving force of any thread or post.  Disagreements are going to occur and there is nothing wrong with that.  However, how one responds is where the rules come in.
If you wouldnt be comfortable saying it face to face to a man twice your size with a bad reputation...dont say it here.

Be nice, be respectful. We have quite the heated discussions, but as long as people do not become accusatory, incendiary, disrespectful and plain argumentative, we can all still be friends!

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