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Images of things that are obviously broken. And I mean obviously otherwise a DQ will be in order. No broken humans, animals or parts of....robots are OK, so long as they are obviously broken. No images of DPR challenge rules or voting tips on computer screen either. An image of a car parked by the roadside with it's hood up is not obviously broken, an image of one of its pistons hanging by it's con-rod outside of the engine block is.
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Saturday, 2nd October, 2010 (GMT)
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