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Subject: Re: Moderator questions

Author: Lanny DiBartolomeo

Date: 17:22:09 12/19/98

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On December 18, 1998 at 23:28:52, Dan Kiski wrote:

>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. (;-)

This However is not a country and it is not hard at all to take away passKeys.

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