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Posted by Larry Hoover on September 4, 2016, at 23:50:08

I am perplexed.

Over the years, I have seen people banned for apologizing to someone, because unbeknownst to them, a new rule had been created, called the "do not post rule". That allowed anyone having a hissy fit to restrict the actions of another poster, when it was themselves who should have taken a walk, and a period of reflection.

After reflection by a poster following a dispute, the first post here, an apology, yielded a 16 week ban because of this new rule? I struggle, emotionally, to even mention Alexandra. Fist pump, girl, you know the real rules.

And then there's Lou. What rule has he not broken? Who has he not offended? Good God, Bob, I'm wealthy enough to fund a class action, and force you to explain yourself. Methinks you will lose, with punitive damages. And some really bad publicity.






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