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Whats the differents between #6 and Pub????

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Cerenity
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I have looked and cannot find the difference?
between the forums open #6 and The corner pub,is there some special rules or are you judged on your work, do you have to be a member for so long or what. I read were it sent me about this forum but did not see the difference between the too ???


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The Pub receives fewer posts..it's a quieter place..thus if you don't care how many responses you get you can post in there.. most members post/read in Open 6 so the poetry in there is read by more people. Think of Open 6 as a nightclub..the Pub is the corner bar...  
 
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