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I was talking to my one year old grandson the other day in Kansas, and explaining to him the fact that writing is required to have a civilization, or at least some form of visual symbolism. Somehow, even civil people go over the edge of decorum occasionally - let’s try better not to be rude to our members, and civilly state our positions.

I get it how some comments and opinions might affect negative written responses, but I would ask our members to simply preview their posts, and edit out the negatives and give all us guys and gals, even the ALFA company and their folks common courtesies in our writings, working towards solutions.

Preview, edit, and send out a post that moves in the direction of a well done solution, and we all win. Tweet what you like, but write your posts in our forum with civility and good character, please. Writing is one thing we all leave behind...

Grazie Mille,
 

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Great advise TiSport, not only for this forum but in online communication in general. This seems to be an etiquette that has been forgotten. If you can't say something positive or answer with a constructive answer just don't post and move to the next thread.
 
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