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Posted by GwynJ on December 30, 2000 20:22:16 UTC

posts need not be long/overexplained to be understood; shorter ones give opportunity for questions to be asked and can save a lot of copying/pasting in reply. plus, longer ones often give the impression that the author speaks more to see their own words than to address 'deep questions' a couple at a time. one post often brings about more questions, anyway. i have heard more people state they prefer shorter ones, and more people complain about long ones (in this and other forums). in that post to which you replied i KNOW i veered away from bladesinger's question and got a bit verbose, for that i was apologizing. he didn't ask my opinion on many matters, but i obliged because i was feeling 'talkative' anyway! haha sometimes we get MORE than we request, true? haha

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