Do the rules apply to mods as well?

Discussion in 'Site feedback, suggestions, and discussions' started by Shade, Aug 13, 2008.

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  1. Shade

    Shade New Member

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  2. RenegadeKrogan

    RenegadeKrogan Banned

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    That is not against the rules. It is answering two different questions.
  3. MrBrightside

    MrBrightside Active Member

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    Is it me or could you easily have edited two different posts together? Especialy as the post number is missing from the top and how many posts Bgizzle has at the bottom?

    Feel free to link me to the actual thread
  4. elzzigB

    elzzigB Banned

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    It's a double post. =/
  5. jpga13

    jpga13 Banned

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    Everyone keeps saying they want to make change but continue this childish behavior.
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    you can't be serious?

    and FWIW Bgizzle is the Admin, not a Mod...there is a difference
  7. bgizzle

    bgizzle Administrator Staff Member

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    oh my gosh, i guess i should ban myself for answering to two different users on MY forum. oh wait, i shouldn't .

    why did you feel to dig this up again when those posts were made over a month again? are you just piling on because it's become the "fashionable" thing to do? stop with your childish behaviour, all of you. this is getting pathetic.
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