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Subject: Re: Moderator questions

Author: Lanny DiBartolomeo

Date: 17:09:44 12/19/98

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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.

I dont see a Big deal, the moderators Have the power to remove pass Keys at any
time All this having to think about this or that seems trivial to me. Someone
messes up bump em off for a certain amount of time (whatever seems fair) and so
what if there arguing or whatever at another newsgroup(it takes two also true?)
it is not here and cant be monitored because the power for moderation is in HERE
not out there!
 My point is after such a time period is passed let them in if they start again
good by once more for longer or whatever.

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