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Thread #124666   Message #2754637
Posted By: Amergin
29-Oct-09 - 03:42 AM
Thread Name: BS: The problem at Mudcat? Moderated thread
Subject: RE: BS: The problem at Mudcat? Moderated thread
Well, I'm sorry to hear Dan is gone....he seemed like a good guy....

Now I have been coming here since 1999, though didn't actually enroll until sometime in 2000, I think.

I know with me, when I feel some one is trying to preach their agenda, whether religious or political...I can be a bit reactionary...and think before I post...I do that in real life too...speak before I think...and many times have been forced to eat my own foot...

I try not to, and more and more am getting better at it...but sometimes it is hard, and through the years you have always been really fair. I respect that and you.

Now as some one with very left wing views, I detest fascism...but I detest tyranny in all forms, all sides of the political and religious spectrum...from the left, right, centre, and whatnot...but there seems to be too much focus here on the BNP. Yes it is scary, and one can see it happening here in the States with our own emigration scare, mainly generated by the rich and their political lackeys to hide the true issues, but you go in any BNP thread and you will read the same thing over and over again, it seems. It's like a flashback to the incessant threads about the Irish question.

Also this facebook thing, why is that even brought up here? I am sorry that people, some of which I like dearly and respect, are affected by it, but that is something that needs to be dealt with through facebook, or through legal channels (if there is even anything that could be brought to court over it, which slander, defamation, I presume could be, but those would be civil).

I guess that is all I have to say...and I prefer the usual mudcat method over the constant moderation, but people need to act like the adults we are and not act like we're in a barroom brawl.

All that from me and really little to add to the discussion...but there it goes, another aspect of mudcat, and one I wouldn't want changed.