The Friday Night Topic is a long and honored tradition here at TR, but generating a suitable discussion topic each week is sometimes difficult, especially when (like this week) I'm hard at work on other things. Not every idea is suitable for framing as a subject of discussion, and coming up with something reasonably original that still prompts interest can be tough.
So, I ask you, what would you like to discuss in future FNTs? Do you think it would make a good starter for an interesting yet civil discussion? If so, post it. I'll save this thread and refer back to it the future. If your idea fits, there's a good chance I'll use it.
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