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Subject: Re: Moderator questions

Author: Dan Kiski

Date: 20:28:52 12/18/98

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On December 18, 1998 at 23:21:13, Lawrence S. Tamarkin wrote:

>On December 18, 1998 at 18:09:56, Dann Corbit wrote:
>>On December 18, 1998 at 17:04:55, SEAN EVANS wrote:
>>>On December 18, 1998 at 16:52:33, Don Dailey wrote:
>>>>You have attacked people on r.g.c.c., the moderators on CCC
>>>>have seen it, and yet you are now a member.
>>>Exactly, you have just confirmed my belief, posts outside of the CCC are
>>>irrelavant to a members standing, it is simply *impossible* from your stand
>>>point to see it any other way.
>>I think Don was trying to make a point which you missed entirely.  If Adolf
>>Hitler were still alive and asked to join the group, I think the operators would
>>have to think long and hard before letting a person of that nature in.  Even
>>berfore he ever made a *single* post, he would be prejudged because of what
>>others already knew about him.  I am not saying that you are like Adolf Hitler,
>>far from it.  That is just an illustration.  But the point is a dog that has
>>once bitten, even in a different neighborhood, will be viewed with great
>>suspicion, in much the same way that "even an ass" is half an anagram.
>>"seen as van" being the obvious other half.
>Are you refering to WWII Adolf Hitler, or the young german Art Student Adolf,
>who was refused admittance into Art School, so subsequently choose politics as
>his proffesion!  Maybe if they let him paint his little pictures, things would
>have been a lot different! :)
>mrslug - the inkompetent chess software addict!

If a criminal wanted to leave one country and go to another, all I know is he
would have a tough time at immigration to try to get into the other country, and
dependent upon the types of crimes committed would be closely watched and if any
of those crimes were repeated or some other crime started would be kicked out
the country fast. (;-)

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