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And by talk I don't mean the one you hear as children from your parents.

I referring to the Uncivil interactions my Fellow Mods and I are seeing on an increased basis on this sub.

I would like to ask everyone once again to tone it down and remain civil.

Please remember.

1. Remember the site wide rules because they are in effect on all sub on this website.

2. Remember the Reddiquette

3. If you are here to earn your ideological stripes by trolling or instigating people into overacting, then you have come to the wrong sub and need to leave. If you fail to do this and do this you will eventually end up banned.

My Fellow mods and I don't want this sub to have to tighten the rules like some other subs have done recently, so please remain civil, report uncivil comments, and contact us should you feel someone acting out of hand.

Thank you

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Hurricane Florence, the floods in Japan, the Typhoon in the Philippines… and that’s not even getting started on the terrible wildfires in California. It feels like there is a ‘once in a lifetime’ event happening every other week and it is becoming the new normal, which is not a good thing. Urban areas are being hit harder and harder each time and the damage is really adding up. Do you believe these ‘once in a lifetime’ events are happening more often? Or do you believe it is an over exaggeration?

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