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Most high quality message boards are lightly moderated and have other features to improve the quality of the message board experience of the members and non-member visitors. The reasons that those common features are needed on this site are rather obvious. Very light moderation, if implemented, will soon establish a higher standard which will make this message board more useful, more respected, and more helpful to the many fine members and those contemplating the purchase of a Frank Lloyd Wright House. Personally I believe that this message board with some of childish posts hurts the sale of FLW houses and is contrary to the fundamental goals of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy.
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If I want aWright Home nothing Anyone says on this site would affect me one way or the other. Thats number 1 Number 2 My father who worked on Fallingwater& Kentuck told me as a young drummer, People will try to cut you up & down during your life, But if you know where you stand & what your about it will roll off you like water!!!!!. I miss my dad,A real Man. Free Speech