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User talk:Gryffindor

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Welcome to the discussion board. Please follow the Wikiquette guidelines when posting a message [1]. I believe in good behaviour, and respect of each others opinions and intelligence and knowledge. I also believe in the good intent that each user has in this fine project. Therefore, I would ask users who post messages in the discussion board, to respect certain rules:
  • Please do not post abusive messages. Please post messages in a manner that you yourself would like to be adressed in. Messages deemed abusive or with a rude tone, condescension, nonsense or un-P.C. content will be deleted from this board [2]. Users who continuously disrespect these guidelines will be asked not to post here anymore.
  • Please post a message in neutral letters. Do not post a message in bold or CAPITALISED letters. It is unnecessary.
  • I believe that we can all be constructive members of this project, and therefore will offer my help if anyone needs anything. Likewise I appreciate and thank everyone who so far have kindly helped me out on everything :-)

Gryffindor 08:28, 8 Aug 2005 (EDT)

Welcome, Gryffindor![edit]

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