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Subject: Moderation: Re: Topicality and the might of moderators...

Author: Steven Schwartz

Date: 11:04:57 07/26/99

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On July 26, 1999 at 14:00:22, Dann Corbit wrote:

>On July 24, 1999 at 15:47:10, Fernando Villegas wrote:
>>I have no problems with that, I said in my very first post I was going to stay
>>here, but when some guy insist in depict my behaviour as someting dirty, a trick
>>to create problems, etc. then you cannot just cross your arms. Anyway, thanks
>>for yor love. I need it. :-)
>That is the angle that I was attacking.  I think when we start to draw
>aspersions upon an individual's character, and run away from the argument
>itself, then we are acting like little, petulant children.  If we have an issue,
>we should debate the issue and not try to psychoanalyze the original poster.  We
>are not qualified to perform that sort of analysis and no one who is qualified
>to do so would try do do so on the basis of a few posts to a message board.
>I think you have the right to defend yourself against personal attacks.  But
>continuing to insist that the post should stand is what I was arguing against.

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discussing moderation issues. If you are responding to an older post
that does not have the word "Moderation:", please modify the the
subject header to include it when responding.

- Steve (ICD/Your Move)

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