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Regarding acceptable posts

It appears that posting amusing memes as well as links to interesting articles is perfectly fine. Am I correct in thinking this is the case? I would like to create a group about psychology and neuroscience as they relate to religious thought and belief in the supernatural, anomalistic psychology. I was unable to find a group quite like what I have in mind. I have access to plenty of articles on these topics. I believe many people here would find them highly interesting. I certainly do. I wonder if I could also upload documents somehow. Unfortunately my agnostic.com wizard level isn't advanced enough for me to start a group quite yet.
Also , I have plenty of funny memes that poke fun at religion. Anyway, what do people feel would be off limits? Yes, I did look over the tutorial, including the section on etiquette.

FromBeyond07 4 May 29
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Off limits? Isn't our society in the midst of this discussion? Off limits is fluid.Today OK. Tomorrow NOT.
"N" word vs "F" word. "N" not anymore. "F" its everywhere.

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You will have to wait a bit to form your own group, but if you join "Memes R Us" & post & comment you'll get to level 4 rather quickly & then will be able to start your own. It does sound interesting. I have a group, [agnostic.com] , that will be happy to take anything you think is interesting until you get yours started!

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Oh yes. Please come to memes r'us.We're a fun bunch and enjoy new members take on things.

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There is currently a popular "Memes" group. You can create new groups when you reach level 4. Thanks!

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