Welcome to homestar_runner! This community has two rules.
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The basic rule of thumb is this: If there's something on the Homestar Runner website that is NOT listed under the "what's new" on any of the Menu Pages, it is considered known material and -has- been discussed here before. Because of this standard it is very important to remember that the ABP does NOT list any Homestar Runner site content. If something -is- new, just check the front page of the community here to see is someone else has already talked about it. Either way, try to limit discussion of that one topic to that one post.
What follows is a more detailed listing of the two rules, with examples to eliminate any confusion.
A note: Don't be fearful of posting!! You are not going to "get in trouble" for making an honest mistake, and please know that flaming is a warnable offense... so don't worry about people berating you. We try to keep this a fun and light-hearted community, so enjoy your stay!
|Posts are to be limited to original content, and are to be H*R related. Off-topic posts will be deleted. Any other posts that go against the following rules will be subject to warning. If the same member need be warned more than once for the same offense, deletions will follow. If the problem persists, bans can and will occur. |
And now... the examples!
1. "Here's something new on the H*R website!"
Please keep in mind that the key word here is NEW. If it's on the website and it's more than a couple hours old, people know about it. If it's really old and there's something about it that you JUST discovered, people already know about it. Also, please limit new content posts to ONE entry. That means that if one person posted that there was a new Teen Girl Squad or something, posting the same is now restricted. However, if an old file has received an update, it's ok to post about once as well.
"Something new? Checkitoutcheckitout--!"
2. "Here's some real life experience involving H*R!"
3. "Here's something H*R related in some other form of media!"
Again, keep in mind that these are as well to be limited to ONE entry. For example, if H*R was in a magazine and someone posted about it, posting the same thing is restricted.
4. Discussion of the community itself.
This is fine to post about, as long as the poster AND the commenters are able to keep it cool-headed.
2. Any one-liner posts, such as "TROGDOOOOOR!" or "I got a shirt!"
3. Anything related to the H*R website that is NOT NEW .
4. Posts with the comments disabled. BAD KITTY. Comment-disabled posts will be deleted.
5. New posts that belong in the comments section of another previous post
It seems common sense, but this has happened before. This INCLUDES H*R quizzes. If someone posts a H*R quiz, please put your results in the comments section of that post. There's no reason to litter the page with multiple quiz posts. Any occurrences of these examples will be deleted immediately.
6. Anything else not H*R related. (deleteable on first offense)
"S'up fools? Flames are only good for roasting
|That's right, Marshie. Flaming someone in comments is a warnable offense, so keep it chill. If someone makes a questionable post and you feel compelled to comment to them, please be civil. Also, please note that if you flamebait or completely flip out for no reason, you will be treated as any other violator. So, keep it nice.|
Other than that, the obvious:
Thanks for lending an ear. Now go back to your hilawious lives.
Keep the rules in mind and you're sure to earn plenty of privileges!