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title: "Off-Topic and Low-Effort CW Thread for the Week of {{date %B %d, %Y}}"
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    Off-Topic and Low-Effort CW Thread for the Week of {{date %B %d, %Y}}

    Post small CW threads and off-topic posts here. The [rules]( still apply.

    What belongs here? Most things that don't belong in their own text posts:

    - "I saw this article, but I don't think it deserves its own thread, or I don't want to do a big summary and discussion of my own, or save it for a weekly round-up dump of my own. I just thought it was neat and wanted to share it."

    - "This is barely CW related (or maybe not CW at all), but I think people here would be very interested to see it, and it doesn't deserve its own thread."

    - "I want to ask the rest of you something, get your feedback, whatever. This doesn't need its own thread."

    Please keep in mind werttrew's old guidelines for CW posts:

    >“Culture war” is vaguely defined, but it basically means controversial issues that fall along set tribal lines. Arguments over culture war issues generate a lot of heat and little light, and few deeply entrenched people change their minds regardless of the quality of opposing arguments.

    >Posting of a link does not necessarily indicate endorsement, nor does it necessarily indicate censure. You are encouraged to post your own links as well. Not all links are necessarily strongly “culture war” and may only be tangentially related to the culture war—I select more for how interesting a link is to me than for how incendiary it might be.

    >The selection of these links is unquestionably inadequate and inevitably biased. Reply with things that help give a more complete picture of the culture wars than what’s been posted.

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