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Q: China, is this a ...

question?  I remember when people used to bitch about whether or not the posted question had anything to do with China.  Is it still supposed to be this way?  I had/have some funny topics to discuss, but finding a China connection might be hard.  But seems like lately we discuss most anything.  If I have a vote, I say let us discuss anything.  Anyway, my question is can we chat/discuss something that maybe has nothing to do with Middle Kingdom?

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I think that rule got canned a long time ago. Just as well because if admin was going to get anal about that rule it would probably be the last nail in the coffin.

 

 

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Never mind ... ask Q and wait for the almighty-mod's-mood .... 

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That rule got chucked out under Sudsy's reign in 2015 along with the definition of spam

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It was me that suggested that rule get binned when I was a mod.

It was probably the wrong suggestion at the time cos it turned a few ppl off I think. But I suspect they were mostly folk who were already home and had alternative places to vent more specific to their environment.

Sorry.

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