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    "you now must have a personal opinion or comment on the article/site or don't post it."
    Got cha' Sara. I may be guilty of this and will
    try to correct it.

    Sara, can you help me? I want to delete all the
    photo's and sale ads I have in the Marketplace
    area here. I sure would appreciate it. Thank You
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    An occasional link posted isn't some sort of crime here. I do however want to keep it to a minimum. Not trying to pinpoint a single person or have anyone feel bad. This is a message to all community members. Just a head's up if a post disappears and a request to try to limit links that are just links.
    And please, please please don't link a series of links of different pages to the same site. I get bombarded with mail when people do this. If you see several cool things on a single site, this is part of what you can say in your post when mentioning additional information about your link. For those that like to share links, consider one post with several links in it that have explanations of what the links are about. Could be a weekly or monthly post with a handful that are categorized. Example...Let's say you have a few links to sites about yarn. Instead of 20 posts with just a subject of yarn site and a link, group them together, share what you like about them, and post them in a single post.

    To clarify...
    just a link =not good
    check out this link = not good
    separate posts all to the same site = not good

    If you've emailed me in the past 24 hours about links, instead of replying directly, I am working on it publicly on the forums, so don't think I am ignoring you. I'm not. It's much easier for me to do it this way and cover 10 messages, than to reply to 10 individually.

    To wrap this up...No one is at fault. There are a lot of new people here. I'll be compiling a "welcome packet" that makes things easier for new members. I know the current system (no system at all lol) stinks.

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    Poor Sara (banging head in sympathy!)

    I think most of us are on board with you.

    And gee, what a shame about our juvenile decorations offending that member. Maybe we should ALL get rid of them.......NOT!
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    Just read this topic today. About the poster who complained about the signatures. I like the signatures here, it's very inspiring for me to see others progress with things like groceries and debt reduction. I enjoy the creativity people put into their signatures, makes this site so colorful and fun.
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    Well I agree I think they are just fine it in my book. It is helpful and cute. cute I say.
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    I only saw this post today as I don't always read through all the new posts everyday, only if I have the time and inclination.

    Sara I am assuming that if someone posts a request on a thread wanting say a recipe it's ok to to write

    Sara here's the recipe for xxxxxx
    (insert link here)

    ps thanks for all your good work xx
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    Yes. And then there are links like crafts...there isn't a ton to say about them.
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    As a reminder.
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