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• There’s an absolutely quotidian thought of how different we are. Our tastes, knowledge, education, areals, experience, life priorities, methods, goals and aims differ. Particularly this difference, our singularity, our intention to individuality is the worth to be fight for in its own way. However any society is held in place by certain interests and it exists by certain social life rules. Violation of these rules and interests invariably leads to the any society collapse. On these circumstances evidence I have to specify certain requirements to the public comments and private mails as follows:

• Frist of all we would really appreciate if honorable reviewers would not post less informative and hotheaded arguments.

• If there’s burning reason of personal attack I still would like to remind that you can use private e-mails and chats for this purpose. Discourtesy, familiarity, provocation, instigation, hate speeches are totally unacceptable in the present resource context therefore comments with the abovementioned actions WILL BE IRREVOCABLY REMOVED.

• Also we would like to remind to the attendees that when stoop on discourtesy you just not abuse the person and those who love him but your own intelligence and audience who possibly is indifferent to you.

• Regarding swearing in the comments it is acceptable but within reasonable limits as for artistic but not the weapon part of the language. However the obscene language can cause culture shock, that’s this way of communication would not be recommended.