It's a good rule. But there should be an amendment. I'm currently unable to start anything new at the moment because of a part of that rule, and my darling Tenten and I were talking (I was close to calling it quits again, she's convincing me to stay), and we agreed that there really should be an amendment that makes things just a tad bit eaiser.
@Team 8: .... What happened? Since i'm rarely ever able to get a hold of either of you, I can't remind ya'll that we have a log going ... o.o;
THEREFORE, THE AMENDMENT IN QUESTION:
If there has been no reply to a log that you have started for two weeks or more, you are then allowed to create a new log due to that log becoming inactive.
This amendment was pretty much thought up on the spot after realizing that there is a chance of threads becoming inactive, and therefore is basically a rough draft. There are a few things that can be improved, added, changed and so on and so forth. This is the place to discuss such things as ...
 How long should the time limit be before a log is considered 'inactive'?
 Should there be something labeling it as inactive before one can successfully create a new log?
 Anything else?
All in favor? -raises hand-
Ya'll remember that rule that states any log you begin must be closed and finished before you start a new one?