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KxBurns
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Spoilers

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Okay, I know it has been discussed ad nauseum elsewhere on this board, but for anyone who is still unclear about what constitutes a spoiler, here goes!
 
If a thread is about chapter 4, for example, anything that happens in chapter 5 and beyond is a spoiler. If you really feel you must mention something from later in the book on a given thread, you MUST preface your comments with the word SPOILER in the subject line.
 
If we are all just a little bit careful about this, we can ensure that the experience will be enjoyable for all.
 
Thanks!
Karen


Message Edited by KxBurns on 03-04-2008 12:00 AM
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vivico1
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Re: Spoilers


KxBurns wrote:

Okay, I know it has been discussed ad nauseum elsewhere on this board, but for anyone who is still unclear about what constitutes a spoiler, here goes!


If a thread is about chapter 4, for example, anything that happens in chapter 5 and beyond is a spoiler. If you really feel you must mention something from later in the book on a given thread, you MUST preface your comments with the word SPOILER in the subject line.


If we are all just a little bit careful about this, we can ensure that the experience will be enjoyable for all.


Thanks!

Karen


Message Edited by KxBurns on 03-04-2008 12:00 AM


Karennnnnnn? whats a spoilerrrr? :smileywink: dont shot me now.:smileyvery-happy:
Vivian
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