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« Topic Start: October 19, 2010, 02:58:06 pm »

I have looked and can't seem to find the place that explains when you can and not post outside the newbie board.  I know there's a rule for that and I don't wish to break any TC rules.

Thanks for the help!

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« Reply #1: October 19, 2010, 04:05:09 pm »

I have looked and can't seem to find the place that explains when you can and not post outside the newbie board.  I know there's a rule for that and I don't wish to break any TC rules.

There is no rule about that anymore.  I'm thinking that some of the language in the rules is a hold-over from when we had different member classes (regular members had to stay in the newbie boards and had to be approved by staff to become full members and post on all parts).  You are allowed to post outside the newbie board, but just be aware that this is a debate and discussion board so some of your ideas could be challenged.
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« Reply #2: October 19, 2010, 05:03:02 pm »

I have looked and can't seem to find the place that explains when you can and not post outside the newbie board.  I know there's a rule for that and I don't wish to break any TC rules.

What Mel said, you don't have to post just to the Newbie boards if you are new to Pagan religions, but if you post something "newbie mistake/ignorance" to one of the non-newbie boards you are much more likely to be handed your ass in replies. Smiley
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« Reply #3: October 19, 2010, 05:14:09 pm »

What Mel said, you don't have to post just to the Newbie boards if you are new to Pagan religions, but if you post something "newbie mistake/ignorance" to one of the non-newbie boards you are much more likely to be handed your ass in replies. Smiley

Haha!  I have noticed that already!  I don't plan to engage anyone in a debate, but there are several thread that are just questions about personal experience which I feel 'safe'(er) replying to. 

Thanks so much for the quick response!
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