I concur with blazar on this one. I've lurked around the monastery for a while, and began posting only recently (last Fall). It is pretty easy to tell, fairly quickly, who contributes to discussions in a favorable way and who doesn't. I've seen a few flame wars spring up, and this kind of a thread seems fraught with that kind of peril. Indeed, as I type this, I am tempted to make a snide remark about a monk whose posts irritate me ... so you see, it is better to leave some Pandora's boxes closed! :)
No good deed goes unpunished. -- (attributed to) Oscar Wilde
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