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  • Users should make a new thread for each new discussion topic.
  • Please be descriptive in your header. "Help" is much more vague than "Problem adding an infobox."
  • Please place your thread in the correct forum. Read the descriptions of each of the boards to learn where topics should go.
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  • General comments about the Looney Tunes franchise and its spinoffs should go in the Looney Talk board. (i.e., "Thoughts on The Looney Tunes Show," "Favorite Porky Pig Cartoon?")
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