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Your addendum is a blatant strawman argument. On a site that sees at most 15 SoPWs per day how many of those are anywhere near what you describe? Let's give you the benefit of the doubt and say 20%, about three, every day violate your specific terms of service. So what?

Is it that overwhelming an amount for the current regulars to handle? Are these three or four so difficult to ignore approving, front paging or answering? If so that doesn't speak well for this place.

I like to think most monks have been a little more capable of being able to tell what is worth their time

In reply to Re^2: When do we change our replies? (Strawmen) by Anonymous Monk
in thread When do we change our replies? by stevieb

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