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PLEASE STOP POSTING SPOILERS WITHOUT WARNING!!

Spoilers are information that gives away plot points for a show. Think about other people. What if they haven't seen all the episodes yet? What if they've come here to see the most recent episode and you've just blown a major development in the plot. And don't say "Well, just don't read it!" Because some of us read before we've even realized that we're reading. We shouldn't have to be careful...you should be more courteous.


I know some of you might not have realized that this was a problem, but it is. PLEASE put a SPOILER WARNING in the heading when you post important plot points....

Comments

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Nov 6, 2008 8:39AM EST
yeah books are different from the t.v. or film, but the comment is still relevant. It's rude unthoughtfull and unhelpfull. If you want to discuss a plotline you should flag it up as a possible spoiler so that it is not stumbled upon by the unwarry. Did your parents not teach you good manners. love and luck to all,billy
Default avatar cat
Nov 4, 2008 5:53PM EST
well said steaii ! and what about those begging for details, and those who still did not get taht Ball did not own the serie to Harris, I mean an adaptation means what it means, you keep the major storyline but figure out or put the stress on what you like! I think Ball wanted also to surprise the audience! reading the books or not you are still surprised
Default avatar cat
Nov 4, 2008 4:45PM EST
um... okay but to be honest if the last episode shows anything it's that what happens in the book means absolutely nothing in this series... I have no clue what's going to happen and I've read them all. so if you see "spoilers" in the form of the book, well they aren't necessarily going to happen and a lot of these situations never even came close to happening in the books so don't take any of that to heart.
Default avatar cat
Nov 4, 2008 4:02AM EST
Exactly! and if you're saying what happens in the book, that counts too! Just don't do it please? thanks.
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Nov 4, 2008 3:32AM EST
Well said!
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