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KA.

Why give page references when you could just answer the question?

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Answer: Because the person might actually read the rules he was unsure about, and not need to ask so many questions!;)

 

Sorry to "waste" your time Steve, but I was reading a lot of responses here that basically said: "Fred page 211".

 

I was getting a little irritated, and then realized why you were doing it that way.

 

I mainly posted this so that others might read it and avoid being (wrongly) put off.

:)

KA.

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I do it for two reasons:

 

1. To save myself time. I'd prefer to focus as much of my efforts as possible on creating more books. ;)

 

2. In the hopes the questioner will get in the habit of making sure to check the book and FAQ before posting a question.

 

3. In the hopes of helping the questioner learn the system better. I think people learn something quicker and easier if they figure it out for themselves, or find it for themselves, instead of just being told. It's the old "go look it up in the dictionary" riff your parents used. ;)

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