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Submitted by Dan Mazzella on Thursday, February 3, 2011 - 4:40pm

In order to fight the flood of spammers on this site we've instituted a few changes.

1. All new and existing users cannot post new forum topics or comments.
2. If you do want to post a new forum topic or comment, it is easy as emailing us (dan at this site's name to com) and answer these two questions: Who made the RX-7, and what was the rotary engine inventors name (first and/or last name of the German inventor is fine)

Hopefully only enthusiasts will respond, and know the answer to these questions. If I'm suspicious, I may email you a few more questions to make sure you aren't a spammer.

We're a small operation, with a small user base, so rather than implementing more fancy technology, we'd rather interact with you more.

Thank you for understanding.

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So far so good
March 5, 2011 - 12:22pm
So far this has prevented over 200 spammers from posting crap on the site. We enjoy chatting with the few of you who do register.
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