Henry Vilas wrote:Dangerousman wrote:Fair question I think: What justifies banning someone for anything on a forum that purportedly "has no rules?"
For your edification.
According to that post, the entire lot of us, including me, should be banned.
Henry Vilas wrote:I was being sarcastic, as the bad idea is not mine, but that of the forum administrator.
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bdog wrote:I'd like to see Genie come back, if only to give Sandi an appropriate nemesis.
Galoot wrote:That's a really bad idea. it gives those who like to shit all over threads the power to have threads locked, just by shitting all over them.
admin wrote: ...rejecting the negative and amplifying the positive.
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