Post Reply suggest new forum for controversial topics
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Posted 3/22/16 , edited 3/22/16
i think we need a new forum for controversial subjects. at some point it turns into an argument and it really doesnt fit in the general diescusssion. can we get a debate forum opened and have mods move threads there at their discression please?
the last thing i want to see on CR is 40 pages filled with three people argueing back and forth with giant quote post.

thank you for you time.
Posted 3/22/16 , edited 3/22/16
It used to be called extended discussion but they took it away because people never posted in it
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Posted 3/22/16 , edited 3/22/16
I'm pretty sure that if you execute that plan you would still have 40 pages filled with three people arguing back and forth with giant quote post sbro.
Posted 3/22/16 , edited 3/22/16

Do0mAid wrote:

Welcome to the Extended Discussion section of the forum!

This section includes new threads, and threads that used to be in the General section. The point of this section is to have REAL discussions. All regular forum rules apply here. There are a few extra guidelines though, please take a few minutes to read them!:

1. The kind of threads that go in here are ones on serious and intelligent issues. News articles, debates, religious discussions, scientific discussions, issues on morality/ethics, etc. There is already a section for drama, anime, music, games, etc. I'm sorry if you think discussing the newest Naruto episode is "serious and intelligent", but it doesn't belong here.

2. Threads that can be answered with "yes" or "no" are to be avoided. Any thread that can be answered with "Yes" or "No" MUST answer to the question "Why?"

3. Posts must offer significant content. If you have no opinion on something, DON'T post. "I don't know." or "Yeah I think so too." is not enough. The section is called "extended" for a reason. Longer posts, but more real discussion. This includes the first post by the thread creator. If you don't provide enough information/starting discussion for someone to reply, your thread will be closed.

4. Posts must have clear points, decent typing ("u" and "r" are fine, but pLeAZe DuN tYpe LyK DiZ" (please don't type like this). If you do your post will be deleted.

5. If you notice the thread you're discussing in is starting to go in another direction than the original topic make new specific thread for your discussion, or quote the person and post in the appropriate thread.

6. If in doubt... don't post.

And lastly, since this section will most likely include some topics that are sensitive to some people, always respect one another. You don't have to agree, or even like each other, but do NOT ruin some else's thread/discussion with your temper.

7. Don't make quotation pyramids or double post

[Updated: January 30th, 2008 (#5)]

[Updated: January 16th, 2009 (#7)]
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