Moderators are nothing more than failed Hall Monitors
who are exercising their puny egos over a collective
group who are forced to endure their childish ranting
in order to have an opportunity to post an opinion or
two on the internet.
Those fuckers just banned me because I called someone a smart ass! This was after the smart ass was being a smart ass! I has accumulated a few demerits for insulting a mod in a PM after he insulted me on the forum and encouraged other members to do the same. What a douche bag!
This place seems quite a bit more lenient than over there. I don't plan on throwing around insults, but I'm not the type to turn the other cheek either. Anyway, hello Benzworld!
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Originally Posted by woodsbenz
It's absolutely their right to impose any rules they see fit and apply them (or not) in any way they see fit. It's just too bad that they have one mod who only applies the rules to those whos views don't align with his. This particular mod admitted he would consider posting something negative about Obama trolling but the same thing posted about Bush would be tolerated. Seems like a stupid way to run a forum, if all you want is a bunch of people who agree with you start an advocacy group.
He was - and still is - a total db.
He's been fired as a moderator a few years back.
It is better now ove there with him gone.
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