I must say, while I do lurk, I do enjoy this board very much. Lately, reading through the board, I am led to wonder, why so many flame-baits? I realize there is really nothing to be done in stopping them but perhaps, we could do something to keep them from continuing. I would suggest we do not respond to a person posting intentionally inflammatory remarks. Just leave the answer to TMF people by direct response or by hitting the problem post button. It seems a very stern response, but I think someone is just playing games and reaction just feeds it. It may even be the same person signing up over and over with different names (There is a spelling impairment in common). I would hate to see it ruin an otherwise perfectly good discussion group. Tell me what you think!limgal
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