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Miss manners on board etiquette

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    Jocelyn
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    In my opinion, some of you are being rude and obnoxious by knocking other threads off the page, with your repeated experiments in picture posting.  No one is going to go to page 2, so please allow some recent threads to endure for a while.

    Try to economize. Keep you experiments within the same thread, please. After all, how would you like it if I wrote 5 or 10 more separate posts about board manners?

    In my opinion, some of you are being rude and obnoxious by knocking other threads off the page, with your repeated experiments in picture posting.  No one is going to go to page 2, so please allow some recent threads to endure for a while.

    Try to economize. Keep you experiments within the same thread, please. After all, how would you like it if I wrote 5 or 10 more separate posts about board manners?

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