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(ar0n) Re: Friendly home node

by ar0n (Priest)
on Apr 03, 2002 at 00:07 UTC ( #156180=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Friendly home node

If possible, I think there should be a rule that says anti-$anything is disallowed, unless the $anything is technical.

I have a deep-rooted hatred for cute, cuddly kittens. I'm not too fond of little ducklings, either. Am I banned, now?

This monastery is supposed to be friendly (if I understood correctly), but how many of you think this particular home node is friendly?

The monastery is supposed to be friendly, and if a user gets out of line in his interactions with other monks, there are provisions in place for that. What people put on their homenode, however, is pretty much up to them. The monastery neither approves, nor disapproves of its content (not withstanding any breaches of security or copyright law). If you don't like the homenode, don't go there. It's that easy.

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