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  1. During a moderator discussion, it was brought to my attention that many members at times write extremely long posts that perhaps are more verbose in nature than they need be. In fact it was requested of me to possibly limit the length of posts to a fewer number of words. I am very hesitant to do such a thing which in effect limits all members for what may be the excessive habits of a few. I think we or most of us at times are all found occasionally making such a long post that perhaps with some additional thought and editing could be shortened and more to the point without boring or causing readers to ignore our posts. As a result of some thought i thought it best not to make changes but rather to post this issue for all to read and ask that those who by habit or otherwise are inclined to long posts would reconsider their etiquette in this matter. For i myself have even noticed a tendency to ignore posts written by such individuals and believe that by doing such i may possibly be cheating myself out of a valuable perspective of another that may speak to me or be of value to me or others. JosephM (as Admin)
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