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Petty bickering, personal attacks, etc.

Peter Gariepy

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As the late Rodney King stated: "Can't we all just get along?"


Enough is enough. Recently a number of people were banned for a week. I'm not here to debate who was banned, why they were banned, or the merits of the bans. See the forum rules below. This is not a democracy. The moderators have final say. The vast majority of forum users are welcome guests. It's our house and our rules. Follow them.

If you were banned, simply take some time off from the forum, then come back and participate if you so choose. But first leave your petty bickering, personal attacks, whining, complaining, etc. at the door. Don't think that describes you? Fine, then take a week off from the forum, and come back and participate as usual. You'll survive a week without the forum.

If the same behavior is repeated you'll be banned for a month, after then it will be permanent.


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