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Signatures and posts outside P&N

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Schmide

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In another thread, the subject of one's signature came up and whether or not it is ok to comment on the information held within that signature.

I see no problem with having any P&N based signature you want, as long as you keep your posts within the P&N area. I believe once you put P&N in your signature and post outside of P&N, you are putting P&N into outside topics.

Is it fair to have signature that may be seen as offensive to others and post outside P&N?

It is too much of a temptation for others to comment on and become offended by outside P&N.

You don't wear your P&N tee shirt to work, so don't wear it in the other areas.

Discuss.


Wrong forum. And quite ironic, don't you think? :D

Personal Forum Issues is that way.

- bamacre (Forum Director)
 

boomerang

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My sig is there to enlighten others. It's up to the individual to decide whether they want to click on the links. There is an option in the User CP to suppress sigs.

I agree with blackangst1. Why you would bring this here is beyond me. It's not the proper venue for it. I can't imagine what you hope to accomplish.

I vote for a lock on this thread.
 
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