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Section - 3-1. Why are there so many rules?

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    Straight-edge isn't about rules. It's a philosophy about being in 
    control of your own actions and making decisions for yourself. As a
    result you'll choose not to smoke, drink, sleep around, eat meat but 
    these choices may be different to different people. The hallmarks of 
    straight-edge remain hardcore/punk music and don't smoke, don't drink, 
    don't fuck.

    On 22 Mar 1997 sibber <sibber@worldnet!att!net> wrote:
    "to call what i, you,and that everyone else lives by as ''rules'' is 
    kind of i don't know the right word but when I hear rules its normally 
    something i want to do but can't. i see it as commitments that i 
    proudly live by."

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