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I DO think that the PM here should be responsible for their posts here at the Monastery. If a PM posts something inappropriate, the editors or vroom or whoever sees the post has the right to discuss it with the PM who posted it.

I think corion would have done so in this case, except for the fact that it was posted by the mysterious Anonymous Monk. Most of the more controversial posts will probably come from Anonymous Monks, especially if the poster knows it is controversial and does not want it traced back to him/her.

In reply to Re: Re: Node 541 by turnstep
in thread Node 541 by Corion

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