View Full Version : More Censorship?
16-03-2001, 01:52 AM
Started a tongue in cheek thread asking for a demonstration against the multitude of calls for demonstrations.
Within 2 minutes it was closed without a reason,explanation or who by.
Perhaps Moderators should publish a list of what we can talk about?
16-03-2001, 01:59 AM
It was a silly thread SS, and could well have been added at the end of the 'Demonstration on Saturday' Thread.
There is no censorship. Your humour is still there for all to see. I have just closed the thread to prevent it growing.
The aim (as is stated in the posting guidelines) is to limit new threads which cover the same, or a similar, topic. This helps those who come to read - to make it easy to read a subject from beginning to end - and to prevent duplication.
Perhaps I was being a bit over-zealous, but I can assure you there is no censorship. Your views (and your humour) is welcome, as always.
Naive soul that I am, I wasn't aware there are topics we can't talk about. If there are, moderators please explain. Thanx!
Its me again.
16-03-2001, 02:02 AM
Its okay Sarn
Just a lovers tiff
16-03-2001, 02:04 AM
Its time to admit that I am James Mitchell's love child
16-03-2001, 02:08 AM
You may talk about practically anything in the appropriate place. This sort of question (for example) should be in the BBS Questions Forum!
If you post anything racist, defamatory, or gratuitously offensive, then it is likely that your post will be deleted, and you will also probably receive a warning.
However, very, very few posts fall into this category.
If you post in the wrong place, the worst that is likely to happen is that your message will be moved to a new Forum (and closed in the Forum where it originally appeared). If you start a duplicate thread, then the thread will be closed (but rarely deleted).
The BBS is NOT over moderated. It isnít a case of a bunch of jumped up idiots imposing rules and closing threads for the sake of it.
No post will be deleted by anybody purely on the grounds that a view expressed is controversial, or that the posterís views differ from those of a moderator. All views are welcome, no matter how ridiculous, provided that the simple rules of courtesy are observed.
16-03-2001, 02:26 AM
AKA James Mitchell?
16-03-2001, 02:39 AM
James just ordered the books to be burned.
16-03-2001, 02:58 AM
Personally I prefer to be told what to think.
PalaceFan in Alabama
20-03-2001, 07:45 AM
So we are allowed to think, but surely I would upset a lot of people if I posted what I really think?
Now what was I thinking about before I started thinking about this?
Mat ov CPFC
20-03-2001, 12:42 PM
Since James has pledged not to post for a week I would like to point out to you that the rules concerning not posting multiple topics on the same subject does NOT apply to topics concerning hearsay and malicous rumour about Simon Jordan.
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