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- Be kind and respectful: All defamatory, abusive, threatening, offensive, or illegal materials are strictly prohibited.
- You are responsible for what you post, so please make sure you are happy with what you share. We advise you not to post personal information such as you your full name, phone number or email address. This is to protect you from receiving unwanted contact from third parties. Posting anyone else’s personal information will result in the deletion of the topic.
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