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[alt.backrubs] Frequently Asked Questions (FAQL), (1/5)
Section - I have a question not answered here. Should I post?

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question 1.1 for a description of what alt.backrubs is about) and is not
answered in any of the six parts of this frequently asked questions list
then your question may have already have been answered and placed in the
archive. The archive contains over 3 Megabytes of postings along with some
indexes. Many of the answers in this document have been adapted from
postings in the archive; it usually provides more detailed answers to those
questions. Many questions that are answered in the archive do not appear
here.  You'll have to decide for yourself if the archive has the answer to
your question but you will usually benefit by exploring it.  
        If you're not sure where to look for an answer to your question
then check out the lists of related network resources in section 5.  There
is information there about what newsgroups to read, to post to, as well as
what essays and lists are available electronically to help answer your
health and body related questions.  Question 5.2.6 is the most general.
        If you do ask a question by posting please remember to request that
replies be sent to you by mail so that you can summarize them for the rest
of us.  Be sure to say something like `please reply by mail, I'll post as
summary,' or it is likely that someone will think that you want replies by
mail only because you are too lazy to read the group -- I kid you not.
When it comes time to post your summary take some time to actually
summarize the mail you received.  It isn't necessary to specify who gave
each answer or to quote them exactly.  Do not concatenate all the messages
into one posting!  By taking the time to make a proper summary you are
helping all the present and future readers of alt.backrubs.  That group
includes the people who took time to write to you.  Much more advice about
how to best work with the Usenet community can be found in question 1.4.
        The archive is the subject of question 5.1.2 (in section 5).  A
complete list of all the questions in this FAQL appears in section 0
(entitled Administrivia and Acknowledgements).

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