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When Starting the Next Topic of a Continuing Game & Other Rules


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new Posted: 01:20PM Apr 20, 2008

This post is a reminder that anyone starting the next topic of a continuing game must post the instructions for that game in the first game post. New members on Braingle will not know how to play each game without instructions. Members who have been gone for a long time also may not know how to play the game. If you start the next topic, it is your responsibility to include instructions.

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new Posted: 06:41AM Jun 13, 2008

A Friendly Reminder

It seems that there has been posts regarding Sex and Sexual Activities. These posts are inappropriate for this site, since it is a family site and we have young adults, and children who come to this site and post.
Due to this, Moderators have had to EDIT and even DELETE inappropriate posts.


This is against the Forum Rules.

From the Forum Rules:
This is a family site and profanity is strictly prohibited. This includes any material that is sexually explicit, derogatory, or discriminates on the basis of gender, age, race, religion, lifestyle, etc. Also prohibited is the use of foul language whether it uses alternate spellings, is placed in an acronym, or is censored. This includes offensively named accounts which may be deleted at any time. In other words, keep it PG.

Your POSTS will be EDITED or DELETED, and this will cause your KARMA to drop and if it does you may not be able to post on the forums until you can get your KARMA back up again.

If the same users keep this up, there will be a PM sent to Jake about the matter, and we will let him deal with it. So, let's avoid doing that, and lets keeps the posts clean and appropriate for Braingle.

Thanks ~ Suni

---This message was edited on 06:41AM Jun 13, 2008---

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