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The problem is that everyone has different ideas about what's appropriate, and
what's a proper message volume. It's going to be very hard to please all of
the people all of the time, so I suggest we all do our best to restrain
ourselves when proper, and QUIT STARTING THIS THREAD. It's really boring.
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