SECTION 7. THOU SHALT NOT READ THY QUESTION FROM A BOOK
Subsection 1. Book Questions
Cross section A. It is an insult upon the dignity of the sufficianados to read your question from a book. The sufficianados don't get their answers from a book! And any meatball who has the audacity to read from a book, must face the consequences... Consult your Webster's dictionary under nuclear destructive device.
Cross section B. You are expected to be able to provide the source of your question, should a need for clarification arise... just as the sufficianados may utilize published data to refer to the misinformed caller for further consultation. However, you still can't read it from the book.
Subsection 2. EXCEPTION TO THE RULE
Cross section A. If you have a question, from a book which you absolutely must have an answer, you may ask ( and even read) the question, provided you follow the procedure described in SECTION 7, Subsection 2, Cross section B.
Cross section B. To read a question from a book, follow this procedure... First, identify your question... "I knew you guys could answer any question that I might ask, which I could really use some help on... would you mind helping me out?" Secondly, await the response of the sufficianados. Thirdly, remember your question doesn't count against the sufficianados but does count for them if they answer it.
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