"Ignore all rules" is a rule to set rules aside. In 2001, Stephen King made "ignore all rules" the second rule of reading in his autobiographical On Writing.
"Ignore All Rules" is a "favorite" rule of the English-language open content encyclopedia, Wikipedia. Wikipedia has a tradition of treating rules skeptically, except for this rule. The philosophy or mantra was championed by Larry Sanger (a chief organizer of Wikipedia, 2001-2002), who made it the first of a set of site guidelines; it continues to be disseminated by Jimmy Wales (its community founder). Sanger rejected his former stance of "ignore all rules" when launching Citizendium, another free content encyclopedia of which he is editor-in-chief.
The rain in Spain... ...isn't what you might expect. Arja Salafranca discovered that the Spanish do things differently.(Life)
Aug 05, 2007; My cousin, Deborah, has a new maid starting work this afternoon. Moroccan, she comes highly recommended by friends. OK, I think,...
EDUCATION PANEL'S REPUBLICANS, WITNESSES NOTE PROGRESS UNDER NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT, CALL FOR MORE STATE, LOCAL FLEXIBILITY
Jun 07, 2007; The Republicans on the House Education & Labor Committee issued the following news release: At a hearing of the U.S. House...