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akiy
10-17-2000, 10:55 AM
Hi folks,

Just a reminder that it is now a forum rule that all posts on AikiWeb must to be signed with your real name (both first and last).

The easiest way to make sure your name gets onto every post is to add it to your signature in your profile (http://www.aikiweb.com/forums/member.php?action=editprofile).

Also, if people could use proper English grammar, punctuation, and capitalization (rather than the "cute" IRC writing style), it would be very much appreciated as it improves readability greatly.

Thank you for your cooperation.

-- Jun

RONIN
10-17-2000, 03:01 PM
Whats the big deal about the first and last names Jun? I am sure that Jun is not your complete name.

crystalwizard
10-17-2000, 03:09 PM
it's a forum rule. Do you treat the rules of your dojo with the same distain ronin? (and I appologise for the posts I've made that I didn't sign with my real name).

secondly whether you think someone else is using their real name or not that doesn't preclude you from following the rules.

________
Kelly

akiy
10-17-2000, 04:33 PM
RONIN wrote:
Whats the big deal about the first and last names Jun? I am sure that Jun is not your complete name.

No, it's Jun Akiyama as can be seen in the about (http://www.aikiweb.com/about/) section of this website as well as in many of the articles.

-- Jun

RONIN
10-17-2000, 07:31 PM
I was not trying to be smart with my question to Jun.Excuse me if it was taken the wrong way but,if you go on web sites and give your complete name then you might as well give out your home address and social security# as well.I was justcurious as to why that was so important,i dont have a problem following the rules of the board and in the future i will supply the correct info required. And breathe kelly breathe dont get so irate over such small matters.

Tony