In future ALL posts on this Site will have a section to be known as 'OPEN FORUM. this is to be introduced as from now and a reminder of this promulgated at each time a new post arrives. Open Forum comments are not restricted to the current post, however, it would be advisable not to retro too far into the archives. When referring to comments in archives, you will be advised to mention the post and it's date. Open forum comments Shall Not relate to the current posts, and must be headed 'Open Forum. Open talk opens the way to further talk, as does wine or love, and a little bit of gossip is good for the soul, another good thing about gossip is that it is within every ones reach. The more the pleasures of the body fade away, the greater to me is the pleasure and charm of conversation.
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