They will always ask though, eet never ends, so I just accept it else I'll become cynical. Now he's seen how easy it is to research and link it 'hopefully' he'll feel too silly to ask such a question again before doing his homework, hence the cycle of laziness is broken!
And if they do keep asking then cleverly disguise the log-out URL as the next link as punishment (and then wait for the inevitable thread asking why they keep logging out). Think of eet as psychosocial engineering.
XD Don't worry about Mr Breden, he's just become angry, bitter and cynical after constant exposure to the repeatativeness (or w/e you spell eet). He has had enough of helping humanity, been pushed too far, now he wishes only to punish it for it's laziness! D:
I'm just pointing out that it's actually faster to go find the answer in the Rules yourself than it is to post on a forum and wait for someone to spoonfeed you the answer. It would save the time of the person asking, and those answering.
If you'd mentioned initially that you couldn't find it in the Rules, you'd have received a different answer.
"May the Grace of Ara go with you, and His Vengeance be wrought upon your enemies."