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My take from the short time I've been here is that the majority of people that would come here for more than a few visits tend to be more mature.

Though this site has tons of information available the casual (read immature) querent is forced to work for it which is just the opposite of what they are looking for.

So I think in the long range the high signal and the shall we say frequency that the signal appears at both contribute as a repellent to most Trolls and Troglodytes.

My 2 cents bank it if you want,
James

In reply to Re: An interesting and poignant quote by illitrit
in thread An interesting and poignant quote by r.joseph

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