JujitsWho Posted August 29, 2009 Report Share Posted August 29, 2009 OK, first of all I want to say that I'm glad to see that this site is growing and gaining new members. Its come a long way, and is getting bigger every day. Having said this, I want to address the posts and threads that some of you have been making. To all the people making flame posts and threads and attacking other members of this forum, you need to STOP!!!!!! When you join the forum you sign an agreement which contains the forum rules. One of these rules is NOT TO ATTACK OTHER MEMBERS! If you have a problem with a member or just don't like them, IGNORE THEM! Its that simple! Just because you don't like someone doesn't give you the right to flat out attack them. Also, STOP AVOIDING THE SWEAR FILTER!!! Its in place for a reason. We have people of all ages reading the forum and visiting the site. It seems to me that people are taking advantage of the Mods by not following the rules. We don't want to be oppressive and Edit and Ban people like on other sites. We try to give you the freedom that other sites don't, but you are going to force our hand if this continues. I hate having to say this, but its come to this. From here on out, things are going to change. If I see flame posts or threads started for no other reason than to call out and talk down to other members, the thread will be deleted and the thread starter will have to be dealt with. The same with the foul language. The Mod Edit is getting old and I'm not going to do it anymore. If you cusre or flame your post will just be deleted and you will receive a warning or be flat out banned for a week or how ever long I deem fitting. We as Mods are very over worked with all the new members and are growing tired of dealing with these issues. We want everyone to be able to speak their minds and voice thier opinions without getting attacked and put down. Please help us with this by following the rules. Thank you all for your time JujitsWho Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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