Do not make racist comments.
Do not flood
Never type your messages in by using all capital letters. On the Internet, this isconsidered to be screaming or yelling at another person, and, of course, this is nothing short of rude. If you want to *emphasize* a word or phrase, simply type an asterisk in before and thendirectly after your word or phrase. This is a widely recognized way to get your point acrosswithout being rude.
No advertising. No spamming other chatters
No promotional drug talk.
Discussion of alcohol or drug use is prohibited. Members whomake it known that they are using alcohol or drugs--either through their behavior or a statementto that effect--may be asked to leave until they are sober. Discussion about recovery from alcoholor drug abuse is, however, permitted. If you feel that you are unable to remain sober whileparticipating in chat, a host can make a recommendation for an alcohol or substance abuserecovery chat which may be more appropriate for your needs.
Chatters Bill of Rights
Members must request permission prior to starting a person-to-person chat.
Members have the right to refuse to give out any and all personal details.
Members have the right to refuse any request for person-to-person chat from another member. They maynot, however, refuse a person-to-person chat from a moderator.