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    Posted: 16 Jun 2010 at 10:45am
I’d like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that the forums are here for all members to use in a sensible and grown up manner. There are people on these forums that you may not agree with, and those that you might just not get on with. This is life.

If you do not wish to participate in a particular conversation you are not forced to read it, nor join in. If you have already posted to a thread that you are no longer happy reading or contributing to, you can remove yourself from notifications by clicking “Topic Options” at the top of the page, and then selecting “Un-watch This Topic” – this will then stop the forum from sending you email whenever someone posts to that thread.

Please remember that just because you do not see the validity of a particular thread, that doesn’t mean that other members share your views.

Hijacking a topic to deliberately shift the focus away from the initial subject is not something that we would agree with. Please bear in mind that this site is indexed by search engines such as Google – and as such will in all likelihood by viewed by people who are not members. An example would be of a student turner or carver preparing a dissertation on a particular topic in their field of study, and who is actually interested in a debate. In this case, a hijacked thread has quickly become useless.

This forum is not a closed environment, and as such all posts are readable by the world – please bear that in mind. Not only do your posts represent yourselves – but also the Institute as a whole. This site is here to be educational, inspiring and most importantly fun and we are proud to have you all as members.
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