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11-11-2010 @ 1:19PM
I'm not a poster over there, but I completely agree with their rules. They save them a lot of grief and pointless discussion by filtering out people that cannot follow those simple rules.Most of the forums on EJ are to discuss numbers. A missplaced comma can completely change the context of a sentence or screw up a formulae. 1.001 it's not the same than 1,001. That being said, they are also pepole, and talk about random stuff like everyone else. If they want to do that in an orderly fashion, they have all the right to do so.If you want to be part of their community, you have to follow their rules.
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