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Today, I attended a meeting of a monthly group conscience. The main issue under discussion was whether to start using a timer to limit each member’s share. This was quite a hot topic! It came up because, at our last meeting, a member refused to stop sharing even after they were cut off. Conflict ensued and feelings were hurt. In light of this, our group decided to hold a longer discussion and allow everyone to share thoughts on the matter. Some people were in favor of timed shares. They did not want our group turning into a place for people

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