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 Broken Arrow Forum Rules & Regulations

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PostSubject: Broken Arrow Forum Rules & Regulations   Sat Sep 11, 2010 2:42 am


If you are interested in becoming a member of this Forum, please read this introduction carefully, and spend some time absorbing the important rules which follow.

The people who have worked to create this magnificent Forum are Western fanatics. We've also learned a lot during these past years about how the internet works, and we've had experience in how Forum's such as ours can be abused. Before applying for membership, we would urge you to ask yourself the following questions, and try to answer them honestly:

1. Are you a Western fanatic?

2. Is your love of the Western, in all its forms - movies, TV, and books - sincere?

3. Do you feel that you have something valid to offer other Members of the Forum?

4. Or do you simply have a genuine desire to learn about this important subject?

If you experience any hesitation in answering these questions, we would ask you politely, to read no further. If your answers are YES, then please read on.

Below you will find a list of very strict rules, which we abide by rigidly. But before reading them we'd like you to know that we take our subject very seriously. This Forum was created for reading and posting, not for casual entertainment scanning, or boredom purposes. Should we decide that you are qualified for membership, we will want to hear your views, but we will expect them to be delivered constructively. We're not interested in throw-away, one-sentence posts, we want you to "think before you speak", and if you have nothing to say then don't say anything.

Our subject is Westerns, and apart from related genre areas, this is the only subject we want to hear from you about. We're not interested in your personal life, your likes and dislikes, and day-to-day problems. Restrict your opinions to Westerns.

In order to enjoy our Forum you do not have to be an authority on Westerns; a strong interest, a desire to learn, is all you require.


1. This Forum is comprised of good people and we treat each other respectfully. Bad manners in the form of overly-cynical, snide, malicious, hurtful comments is unacceptable. The Forum policy for this is is one of zero tolerance.

2. Although there are places in our Forum for other movie genres, our main reason for "being" is the discussion of Westerns in all its forms. All post must be subject-oriented. In other words, we are not interested in who you drove to the lake with for your picnic on Labour Day!

3. Political discussions are unacceptable.

4. Religious discussions are unacceptable.

5. The use of bad language (swear words) in any form is unacceptable.

6. Advertising is strictly not allowed.

7. Although we appreciate that there will be occasional exceptions, the continuous use of "throw away" one sentence postings is unacceptable. These contribute nothing to this Forum, they clog it up, are counter-productive, habit-forming... and very boring to read.

8. We live in an age of Political Correctness, but being PC is not a criteria for this Forum. Some of our members lean towards Political Incorrectness, but this can be done tactfully, and respectfully. Crass Political Incorrectness will not be tolerated.


Thank you, The Staff
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PostSubject: Statement   Mon Sep 13, 2010 12:08 pm

Once we,re all back together,I dont know how long it will take,I,ll give a Staff Statement,an explanation of why we,re here,I think ALL our members need to know what happened,so that it wont happen again.
At this moment in time we have to wait and see if all our invites will be accepted,I,m pretty certain they will be,as I said "some place else",ha! I,ve forgotten already,Whisky/firewater Pards,I,ll be getting in touch with the British Pards,Gerard,Andy,Stan,and Ray.
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PostSubject: Re: Broken Arrow Forum Rules & Regulations   Sun Dec 26, 2010 6:49 pm

I agree of the rules and regulations. See ya on the forum!Smile
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