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The regulars among you will have noticed that our cunning comments on stories plan has proved somewhat popular - at least as an arena for fanboy versus windows apologist slugfests, transcendental musings from amanfromMars and poor-quality quippery inevitably resulting in coat>door>taxi.

Well, among the insanity there are from time-to-time comments which prick our interest, and this one from Jose Ramirez got us thinking:

Thou shalt not quote Wikipedia and expect to be taken seriously.

Jose tagged this as the "First rule of Reg Club", and we reckon there's a rich vein to be tapped here as to what the rules of Reg Club might be. Accordingly, we hand this one over to you, our beloved readers. The first rule of Reg Club is... ®

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