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I think what the Mods did was unfair and underserved.
Now, why do you think he would ask you to be a part of his Forum? Perhaps because he respects you as a persona and a Mod? Because he might need a Mod of your Caliber? Frankly I would have been honored in your position.
And what about our LO Alternative? Which I have grown into Liber Exterminatus. What happens when were ready for readers? Put a link in our sig and hope 5 or more people click on it? I dunno about you, but I don't click on links in sigs. So this great ciommunity on LO is wasted for the kind of sites that need it. Imagine if you had started a site, which was awsome, 100% good quality stuff, then when you go to try and get members your told you can't because the place your advertising on is greedy and wants to keep its members there?
We'll I'm guessing I'm done now.
So, for probably the last time:
Yeh i agree with you Mikethefox. Because i believe Ghost had rarely slipped up and after one mistake he is banned. I think the descision was a bit harsh
Come now guys, just ask yourself which mod made the action and what is that mods reputation? Suspension would have been better from what we all know happened. Just remember we are not always in the circle of people who know whats going on all the time. On another note, if being banned for advertising was to harsh then doing what Ghost22 did afterword was definately along the lines of banning.
Ah well, can't think of anything else to say... :cool:
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And what did he do afterward? I find the mods of LO to be fair in the vast majority of cases, but with out more data on this case I can't say.
The issue is not under discussion. If you have a problem with the decision then you deal with it through PM's to myself and not create threads.