Common sense posting rules:
1. This is a community area, sort of like my living room. If you will not say it face to face, don’t post it. Especially if you think it might get you pushed out the door.
2. If you are really mad... DONT POST. Type it in word and re read it in an hour.
3. If you are trying to make a point and have your opinion heard, delete the expletives and name-calling. If your point is still there, then post it.
4. Be an adult and lead by example. Learn to disagree politely. Post with honor and dignity.
5. No attacks, slander, racism, and other stuff you can't get away with in person.
6. Use your brain.
7. If you can’t be a polite and upstanding citizen, Go somewhere else.
8. When archerytalk moderates your profane or inappropriate posts remember, don’t complain that freedom of speech is being quelled. You agree to follow our rules when you sign on here. Profanity, vulgarity, and threatening posts here is the equivalent of yelling, “FIRE!” in the movie theater. The constitution does not allow it, and neither do we.
It will get you instantly banned forever.
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