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The Flat Earth Society => Suggestions & Concerns => Topic started by: johnnyorbital on August 13, 2016, 06:01:22 AM

Title: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 13, 2016, 06:01:22 AM
I've just seen a moderator banning someone for 3 days for low content posting

right below my pointing out that your moderators do the same

the moderator Ski did it to me, my thread points out that there's too much derailment in this forum and I asked for direct answers

he came in and started talking about olden days music

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=67470.0

so, my question is:
why is it ok for moderators to post low content, purposeful derailment and comments with no relation to the actual threads?

I'm requesting an official answer

Thanks
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Ski on August 16, 2016, 06:26:07 PM
We at the Flat Earth Society appreciate your input. Because of the serious nature of your allegations, we cannot make a determination without appropriate earnest measures. I will summon the high council on the next blood moon, as is tradition regarding such serious accusations.  We will meet in our secret lair and weigh the alleged offenses against your entitled and rude behaviour, of which even globularists have tried to make you aware. When we have sipped sufficient champagne and supped our fill of the caviar, we will make our decision and contact you.

PS -- stop spamming the complaint feature.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 18, 2016, 01:10:48 AM
We at the Flat Earth Society appreciate your input. Because of the serious nature of your allegations, we cannot make a determination without appropriate earnest measures. I will summon the high council on the next blood moon, as is tradition regarding such serious accusations.  We will meet in our secret lair and weigh the alleged offenses against your entitled and rude behaviour, of which even globularists have tried to make you aware. When we have sipped sufficient champagne and supped our fill of the caviar, we will make our decision and contact you.

PS -- stop spamming the complaint feature.

why is the moderator I'm complaining about allowed to reply like this?

@John Davis - please inbox me, why should I have to put up with this?
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Rama Set on August 18, 2016, 04:02:07 AM
You don't!
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 18, 2016, 07:53:56 AM
You don't!

so what's your suggestion?
I should leave?

because the moderators want to break the rules, give shit to members and attempt to belittle others?

and if someone complains about it, THEY should leave?

how about the moderators get sacked? they're NOT doing their job, they're abusing their power, and expecting others to follow the rules THEY break?

really?

double standards? irony? have you never heard of these things?
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Rama Set on August 18, 2016, 08:43:03 AM
You don't!

so what's your suggestion?
I should leave?

because the moderators want to break the rules, give shit to members and attempt to belittle others?

and if someone complains about it, THEY should leave?

how about the moderators get sacked? they're NOT doing their job, they're abusing their power, and expecting others to follow the rules THEY break?

really?

double standards? irony? have you never heard of these things?

Of course I have heard of these things.  But is it so important to you to go on a crusade to get moderators canned?  If it is, then go to.  If it isn't you can ignore them, you can leave, or you can learn to beat them at their own game.  I used to think like you, then I realized that, first of all, this is not a public institution, and I am owed nothing in the way of entitlements or justice, and second, that I would rather enjoy my time here than getting pissed off every time a mod does something snide.

Do what you feel, but know that you can rise above this too.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Pongo on August 19, 2016, 07:08:40 AM
You don't!

so what's your suggestion?
I should leave?

because the moderators want to break the rules, give shit to members and attempt to belittle others?

and if someone complains about it, THEY should leave?

how about the moderators get sacked? they're NOT doing their job, they're abusing their power, and expecting others to follow the rules THEY break?

really?

double standards? irony? have you never heard of these things?

John, take a few deep breaths. The mods don't run this place like a military. For every post you receive a warning or ban for, there are 10 that we let slide because we don't want to stifle discussion or be overbearing. Usually, people only get warnings/bans when they are new (so that they learn) or when they are flagrantly breaking rules across multiple threads in multiple boards; the forum equivalent of running through town naked and firing pistols into the air while shouting obscenities.

This double standard and abuse of power you perceive is not only ludicrous, but completely non-existent. We try and cultivate a culture of openness and fairness with an air of civility. However, to maintain civility, there must be structures in place ensure it. So, if you cannot fathom the occasional and gentle reminders of mods to get back on topic as anything other than a totalitarian and oppressive system, then maybe Rama Set is right and you may want to consider a break.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: markjo on August 19, 2016, 07:22:44 AM
This double standard and abuse of power you perceive is not only ludicrous, but completely non-existent. We try and cultivate a culture of openness and fairness with an air of civility.
Seriously?  Have you ever read any of jroa's posts?  Jroa has many qualities, but fairness and civility are not among them.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 19, 2016, 11:35:08 AM
You don't!

so what's your suggestion?
I should leave?

because the moderators want to break the rules, give shit to members and attempt to belittle others?

and if someone complains about it, THEY should leave?

how about the moderators get sacked? they're NOT doing their job, they're abusing their power, and expecting others to follow the rules THEY break?

really?

double standards? irony? have you never heard of these things?

John, take a few deep breaths. The mods don't run this place like a military. For every post you receive a warning or ban for, there are 10 that we let slide because we don't want to stifle discussion or be overbearing. Usually, people only get warnings/bans when they are new (so that they learn) or when they are flagrantly breaking rules across multiple threads in multiple boards; the forum equivalent of running through town naked and firing pistols into the air while shouting obscenities.

This double standard and abuse of power you perceive is not only ludicrous, but completely non-existent. We try and cultivate a culture of openness and fairness with an air of civility. However, to maintain civility, there must be structures in place ensure it. So, if you cannot fathom the occasional and gentle reminders of mods to get back on topic as anything other than a totalitarian and oppressive system, then maybe Rama Set is right and you may want to consider a break.

denial? I wasn't expecting that.. especially when it's so blatant

nonexistent! I can't believe you wrote that, did you not read Ski's response?
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 20, 2016, 11:08:53 AM
You don't!

so what's your suggestion?
I should leave?

because the moderators want to break the rules, give shit to members and attempt to belittle others?

and if someone complains about it, THEY should leave?

how about the moderators get sacked? they're NOT doing their job, they're abusing their power, and expecting others to follow the rules THEY break?

really?

double standards? irony? have you never heard of these things?

John, take a few deep breaths. The mods don't run this place like a military. For every post you receive a warning or ban for, there are 10 that we let slide because we don't want to stifle discussion or be overbearing. Usually, people only get warnings/bans when they are new (so that they learn) or when they are flagrantly breaking rules across multiple threads in multiple boards; the forum equivalent of running through town naked and firing pistols into the air while shouting obscenities.

This double standard and abuse of power you perceive is not only ludicrous, but completely non-existent. We try and cultivate a culture of openness and fairness with an air of civility. However, to maintain civility, there must be structures in place ensure it. So, if you cannot fathom the occasional and gentle reminders of mods to get back on topic as anything other than a totalitarian and oppressive system, then maybe Rama Set is right and you may want to consider a break.

Still waiting for a reply

you must be confusing me with someone else, I'm not the one derailing threads by going off topic, IT'S YOUR MODERATORS

so, as you clearly agree that behaviour is not acceptable, then what are you going to do with your moderators Ski and Jroa?

I know the answer, I'd just like to see you admit to it
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Space Cowgirl on August 20, 2016, 12:53:54 PM
Pongo posts about once a week, there's no point posting about how you're waiting for an answer every day.

I know you hate how this forum is, but it's been this way forever. You either love it, or you go somewhere else.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 21, 2016, 01:21:42 AM
Pongo posts about once a week, there's no point posting about how you're waiting for an answer every day.

I know you hate how this forum is, but it's been this way forever. You either love it, or you go somewhere else.

I'm pretty sure that's not what the owners of the forum want the regulars saying

it's supposed to be fair

saying 'like it or lump it' is not good practice, I don't like it, but I'm still here.. its only the kids like you that act childish that ruin the site, look at John Davis's reply on my other post, take some tips, that's how a debate works..
not 'look out of your window' and 'ants can't see' type replies

if you're only after posting ego boosting comments, YOU shouldn't be in a debate forum, you should be on youtube
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: disputeone on August 21, 2016, 01:42:58 AM
NOTICE ME
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 21, 2016, 02:49:02 AM
poor attempt at derailment

please keep comments on topic
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: disputeone on August 21, 2016, 02:56:29 AM
I know you hate how this forum is, but it's been this way forever. You either love it, or you go somewhere else.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 21, 2016, 04:05:50 AM
you've got so little to say, you're just quoting someone else's ridiculous statement?

i know flat earthers don't like having globe earthers here but it's supposed to be an open forum

I'm just trying to get it ran LIKE a forum, because at present, it's not even close

while the regulars are trying to act like scarecrows

not working, just making yourselves look ridiculous
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: disputeone on August 21, 2016, 04:07:43 AM
I believe we are on an oblate spheroid in a heliocentric solar system orbiting the supermassive black hole at the centre of the milky way galaxy.

Thanks for your concern.

Edit, the more I am on this website the more I feel that it is important that it continues.
Would you like it to be called JO's round earth society?

Why not join more mainstream science forums instead, where you can debate with intellectual equals. I really don't get why this site bothers you so much.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 21, 2016, 04:25:22 AM
the site doesn't

the moderators try derailing threads, I'm simply just reporting it

I don't care if your a flat earther or a globe earther, your response was childish, I'm not here to have back and forth with kids
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: disputeone on August 21, 2016, 04:31:43 AM
I don't care if your a flat earther or a globe earther, your response was childish, I'm not here to have back and forth with kids

I think that's why most people on this forum have no patience with you anymore unfortunately.

there's an overwhelming amount of evidence in favour of a round earth, no ones denying that, it really takes little skill to do what you're doing.

Im not sure what you want.

I don't think you're that stupid, just rude, arrogant and obnoxious, if it makes you feel better.

Did you expect the flat earthers to refute all of your points and convince you that the earth is flat? Because you seem disappointed that it didn't happen.


Edit
Check out Rabinoz and Mr Debunks posts, they can debunk FE ideas without looking like a spoiled brat.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 21, 2016, 05:01:20 AM
If you check my first thread, I was polite, respectful, thankful and appreciative..
..while I was receiving childish petty comments back

I ignored for long enough

only because my 2nd thread was titled 'what's left now', people started saying I was demanding answers

ITS A FORUM, PEOPLE ARE SUPPOSED TO DEBATE

I've not acted like a spoiled brat, it's just difficult to keep your cool in a forum that seems full of 10yr olds

I've asked this before, feel free to point out any time, on any thread, where I've been anything you've said, that wasn't in direct reply to a worse comment

I'm big on respect, if someone doesn't give it, they don't get it back, you'll not find me being disrespectful to someone being respectful to me
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Son of Orospu on August 21, 2016, 08:48:15 AM
I am starting to like disputeone, even if he does not know what shape the Earth is.  johnyorbital has been rude, condescending, and smug ever since he first started posting here.  If you want people to respond to you, perhaps you should examine your posting style? 
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Space Cowgirl on August 21, 2016, 08:50:43 AM
The owner of this forum doesn't really get involved with the forum anymore, he hasn't in the past 10 years or so. He pays the bills, and we are grateful.

Believe it or not, but we used to have truly terrible mods. There were a few years when we were all mad about what was going on here. Now they're trying to balance having a little fun, with enforcing the rules. If you are too rigid with rule enforcement it is no fun, if you don't enforce at all then it is chaos. Personally I am happy with the way they are trying to do things now. The mods are members of this forum, too. They are real people who make mistakes sometimes, but almost all of them are open to having a conversation about whatever is bothering you. They are good people!

I'm not sure why you've got such a problem with Ski. Ski is one of the nicest people!  That you've managed to have cross words with him is really baffling. 
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 21, 2016, 09:03:06 AM
I am starting to like disputeone, even if he does not know what shape the Earth is.  johnyorbital has been rude, condescending, and smug ever since he first started posting here.  If you want people to respond to you, perhaps you should examine your posting style?

I've asked you previously to point out any time that I've been ANY of those things without incitement, you failed to do so

The owner of this forum doesn't really get involved with the forum anymore, he hasn't in the past 10 years or so. He pays the bills, and we are grateful.

Believe it or not, but we used to have truly terrible mods. There were a few years when we were all mad about what was going on here. Now they're trying to balance having a little fun, with enforcing the rules. If you are too rigid with rule enforcement it is no fun, if you don't enforce at all then it is chaos. Personally I am happy with the way they are trying to do things now. The mods are members of this forum, too. They are real people who make mistakes sometimes, but almost all of them are open to having a conversation about whatever is bothering you. They are good people!

I'm not sure why you've got such a problem with Ski. Ski is one of the nicest people!  That you've managed to have cross words with him is really baffling. 

just look at his comments on my posts, he's very similar to yourself, nothing to say so he just belittles people, while you do it in a childish way, he tries to hide his lack of substance with long words

he's the worst mod I've encountered on here
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 21, 2016, 09:05:29 AM
If I was just a dick, I'd be a dick with everyone

I'm respectful to people who are respectful, I'd not just be rude to someone for no reason
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: hoppy on August 21, 2016, 03:29:16 PM
Orbital n00b.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 22, 2016, 06:02:57 AM
yawn.. ever heard of substance?
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Pongo on August 25, 2016, 08:07:06 AM
I'm going to lock this thread if it's just going to be bickering. This thread is about how the mods are breaking rules and unmercifully oppressing John, not name calling. Get back on topic.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Bullwinkle on August 25, 2016, 08:17:08 AM
Johnorbital,

Hold your breath until you die and then run away from home.
That will teach them. You'll get your way.



Title: Why do you care?
Post by: Charming Anarchist on August 25, 2016, 01:54:32 PM
Rules?? 
LOL 

You don't!
so what's your suggestion?
I should leave?
I will 2nd that. 
Do not take it personally.  I believe everybody who peddles "global" bullshit should leave PRONTO!!! 

double standards? irony? have you never heard of these things?
I am cool with double standards. 
I believe posting anything that disagrees with the premise "The earth is flat." should be grounds for instant banning. 

As long as globalists are permitted to troll this place, moderators ALLEGEDLY breaking rules is no big deal to me. 
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 25, 2016, 06:59:28 PM
I'm taking that as sarcasm

@pongo I'm still waiting for an answer as to why it's allowed, i've presented blatant proof, I'm waiting on my complaint response and confirmation the moderators have been advised accordingly
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Ski on August 25, 2016, 08:52:42 PM
We at the Flat Earth Society appreciate your input. Because of the serious nature of your allegations, we cannot make a determination without appropriate earnest measures. I will summon the high council on the next blood moon, as is tradition regarding such serious accusations.  We will meet in our secret lair and weigh the alleged offenses against your entitled and rude behaviour, of which even globularists have tried to make you aware. When we have sipped sufficient champagne and supped our fill of the caviar, we will make our decision and contact you.

PS -- stop spamming the complaint feature.

You got a response. We have already agreed to brave the dangers of the blood moon to convene and discuss this serious matter.  What more could you possibly want of us?
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Pongo on August 26, 2016, 06:52:59 AM
@pongo I'm still waiting for an answer as to why it's allowed, i've presented blatant proof, I'm waiting on my complaint response and confirmation the moderators have been advised accordingly

You misunderstand the situation here. You don't pay for our services, I am not beholden to you, nor is anyone else. I'm not sure why you have this perception that I must answer any question that you put forth. Furthermore, no one is under any obligation to distribute advisories to moderation at your discretion.

I fear that our open and friendly culture has incorrectly lead your to assume that the Flat Earth Society is some sort of user-driven service industry with a "customer's always right" motto and a "give them what they want for the sake of future patronage" model.

I've been ignoring your query because I felt like I've already answered it and, quite frankly, this whole topic is asinine.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: TheBigYun on August 26, 2016, 08:51:26 AM
Hey, I told you all yonks  ago that I can sort this forum out. But you still choose to ignore me!
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 26, 2016, 09:21:37 AM
ok, so the flat earth society has no moderation?

well your two worst moderators who are rude, antagonising, petty and childish, are banning people for doing the same things as they do

no point calling them moderators as they're not moderating anything, they're picking and choosing who to ban dependent on how much 'they don't like'

of course you're under no obligation to me, you're under obligation to ALL members since you've decided to have moderators

there's forum rules if you wasn't already aware, and your moderators are constantly breaking them

you're then making excuses FOR their actions
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Charming Anarchist on August 26, 2016, 08:38:26 PM
I'm taking that as sarcasm
No.  I am serious. 

As long as globalists are trolling this forum, complaining about unfair moderation is petty. 
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: cmdshft on August 26, 2016, 09:06:59 PM
NOTICE ME

(http://pm1.narvii.com/6012/50d95e5886de874d15cb8258647c4bfa16b2834c_hq.jpg)
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: cmdshft on August 26, 2016, 09:07:48 PM
The best jokes are the ones that you never have to explain, this forum is one of them. Right Space Cowgirl? 🙃
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 27, 2016, 08:27:36 AM
I'm taking that as sarcasm
No.  I am serious. 

As long as globalists are trolling this forum, complaining about unfair moderation is petty.

in what way are globalists trolling?

globe earthers state facts and present evidence to back up their facts, that's not trolling

flat earthers claim globe earthers are wrong, but never present any evidence, they ignore direct questions and instead just attempt to belittle globe earthers (like you have above)

well this is a DEBATE forum, excuse us that actually provide irrefutable evidence and ask for a DEBATE

again, ever heard of irony?
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Space Cowgirl on August 27, 2016, 09:32:31 AM
The best jokes are the ones that you never have to explain, this forum is one of them. Right Space Cowgirl? 🙃



We remember the dark days of your authoritah.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Charming Anarchist on August 27, 2016, 02:05:27 PM
I'm taking that as sarcasm
No.  I am serious. 

As long as globalists are trolling this forum, complaining about unfair moderation is petty.
in what way are globalists trolling?
Every post that contradicts the premise "The earth is flat." is trolling. 

All contrarians should be permanently banned, in my opinion.  Who cares if a moderator "breaks" a rule??  I do not. 
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 27, 2016, 02:29:31 PM
but there's no evidence of a flat earth, and an abundance of a globe earth

research = evidence

I'd advise you do some research instead of simply taking someone's word for it (I know this as anyone who cross examines evidence comes to the same conclusion, that the earth is EVIDENTLY a globe)

trolling, haha says the guy admitting he's wanting globe earthers off the forum (in fact, respect on that front, at least you've got the balls to admit it)
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Bullwinkle on August 27, 2016, 02:52:20 PM

I'd advise you do some research instead of simply taking someone's word for it
(I know this as anyone who cross examines evidence comes to the same conclusion,
that the earth is EVIDENTLY a globe)


EVIDENTLY you are asking me to take your word for it.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: cmdshft on August 27, 2016, 11:18:35 PM
The best jokes are the ones that you never have to explain, this forum is one of them. Right Space Cowgirl? 🙃



We remember the dark days of your authoritah.

I would have banned sokarul.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on August 28, 2016, 02:16:29 AM

I'd advise you do some research instead of simply taking someone's word for it
(I know this as anyone who cross examines evidence comes to the same conclusion,
that the earth is EVIDENTLY a globe)


EVIDENTLY you are asking me to take your word for it.

no I'm not, not even close

evidence is evidence
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Space Cowgirl on August 28, 2016, 09:17:25 AM
The best jokes are the ones that you never have to explain, this forum is one of them. Right Space Cowgirl? 🙃



We remember the dark days of your authoritah.

I would have banned sokarul.

He does get bammed sometimes for a couple days. It's too weird here without him, though!
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Son of Orospu on August 28, 2016, 09:19:50 AM
They are both gingers.  Coincidence? I think not. 
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: cmdshft on August 29, 2016, 08:29:18 PM
They are both gingers.  Coincidence? I think not.

He is not a ginger. He's an outcast, we don't want him.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Brouwer on August 31, 2016, 01:12:41 AM
Moderators can do anything. It's not a new thing. They can break rules any time and admins won't care. Get use to it.

Take jroa for instance. He is the master of shitposting, insulting, personal attacks, derailing, trolling etc etc and yet he is a moderator. This process continues for months and has been reported multiple times.

See, even in this very topic, rules are broken.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: cmdshft on September 02, 2016, 11:01:52 PM
See, even in this very topic, rules are broken.

What rules?
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on September 03, 2016, 12:34:43 PM
See, even in this very topic, rules are broken.

What rules?

these are the (apparently) 'strictly enforced' rules
http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=43826.msg1086418#msg1086418

5, 7 and 8 are regularly abused by both Ski and Jroa

so I followed the rules and did what rule 10 told me to (post concerns in here)..
but it seems like instead, I was ambushed by the people who are actually supposed to be dealing with these kinds of issues

this isn't a public forum, it's a closed forum for flat earth believers only, the fact the mods act like a dictatorship is the evidence to back up my claim
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Bullwinkle on September 03, 2016, 12:49:32 PM
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on September 03, 2016, 01:09:40 PM
erm.. was that supposed to represent something?
are you calling me a baby or something?

have you not got the intelligence to WRITE something?

from the guy who inboxed me in my first week telling me how impressed he was with my comments towards Jroa and how you can't wait for his head to spin

times change eh?

fuck off you nob
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on September 03, 2016, 01:29:31 PM
the irony being, I bet my post is reported for rule breaking haha

bunch of fuckin amateurs, Davis even admitted money is made from this nonsense

keep peddling bullshit, the only people believing this shit are either easily fooled or half ounce short of a quarter
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Bullwinkle on September 03, 2016, 01:46:33 PM
You sure are putting a lot of effort into this tantrum.
What do you hope to gain?
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: johnnyorbital on September 03, 2016, 01:53:35 PM
the 'strictly enforced rules' being even loosely enforced would be a start
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Bullwinkle on September 03, 2016, 02:04:37 PM
the 'strictly enforced rules' being even loosely enforced would be a start

There is exactly one warrior in your army.

Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Space Cowgirl on September 03, 2016, 03:16:13 PM
the irony being, I bet my post is reported for rule breaking haha

bunch of fuckin amateurs, Davis even admitted money is made from this nonsense

keep peddling bullshit, the only people believing this shit are either easily fooled or half ounce short of a quarter

What do you mean? There is no money being made from this website, and John Davis has no control over the money other people make with their youtube videos or books. Admitted... like it's some big secret?
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Son of Orospu on September 03, 2016, 04:19:42 PM
I think John was referring to the small amount of money which is made off of official memberships every couple of years when they occur. 
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Space Cowgirl on September 03, 2016, 04:22:59 PM
I think John was referring to the small amount of money which is made off of official memberships every couple of years when they occur.

Which is not enough to cover the cost of running this website, and is donated to charity. Johnorbital is always looking for something evil.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Ski on September 03, 2016, 05:44:29 PM
That's because he is projecting. It's okay.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: John Davis on September 04, 2016, 01:19:18 AM
To paraphrase Daniel, I can't hear you over the sound of champagne bottles popping open on the yacht I bought from my flat earth profits.
Title: Re: why is it ok for moderators to break the rules?
Post by: Ski on November 03, 2016, 11:48:28 PM
Just a reminder to avoid confusion: the events of 14 November will be a Supermoon meeting, and not a Bloodmoon meeting. Please do not inbox me pestering us for a decision. We appreciate your patience as we await the appropriate time to weigh this serious matter.