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Groundrules

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Play nice! Messages containing intentionally misleading or false information, defamatory content, threats, verbal abuse, harassment, obscenity or personal information about other individuals are not allowed.

Comments should be brief and stick to either generally known facts or the facts contained in a news story.  If your item doesn’t get posted or is deleted, tone it down a bit and try again.

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Don’t see a message you posted earlier? Remember, if its bad mojo we ain’t gonna put it up.  Please be nice.

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Written by Caleb

January 13, 2009 at 3:00 am

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