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I DO NOT like to post. I prefer to lurk. If I am going to post I wish to contribute, enhance and help. So I am posting.

Brother you have hit the nail square on the head. I have been a lurker for a long time. This place has been an unbelievable source of inspiration to me. Writers block has never been cleared quicker. Yet there are the few who seem to like the destruction of a society.

Maybe it is time to revise the constitution of the monastery. Maybe Vroom needs to keep track of who votes what when there is a suspected votebot. Maybe the saints need to meet in the heavens and discuss proper actions against those who would destroy that which we have tried so hard to build. I believe the Good outweigh the Bad around here.

It would be a shame to lose all of our greatest contributors. The one thing I realize is that making a difference is never an easy thing.

Do what you must!


In reply to Ruminations to Ruins by fmogavero
in thread Ruminations of an ex-PM monk by jcwren

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