XII No politics, no religion

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XII No politics, no religion

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Tue Jan 10, 2006 12:12 pm

XII No politics, no religion

Please do not discuss politics or religion on this Forum. This does not only mean in messages, it also includes avatars, signatures and attached files. For example, holy pictures will be suppressed, with no possibility of appeal. In some cases, disciplinary measures will be taken.

Because this Forum is devoted to the classical guitar. Individual political opinions and religious convictions are very respectable but can lead to heated discussions, and there are countless other forums on the Internet where these subjects can be discussed

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