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Harold

FYI: Disruptive posts or threads with controversial topics will be deleted

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Harold

In case your about to ask here it is from the rules, it's always been there;

• As a privately-owned and operated site, we reserve the right to moderate our site in whatever manner we choose for the "greater good" of the site. That means that, even if you're not technically breaking any of the previously-listed rules, you could still be subject to being banned, moderated, or removed from the site if we choose. Obviously, we try not to take any action not supported by an actual violation of our rules listed, but sometimes someone is disruptive to the other members of our site, and when that happens, we will take action. All we ask of our members is that they act like the mature individuals we hope they are, and use common sense.

While we are not likely to ban anyone posting a topic that becomes disruptive, we reserve the right if they are insistent. So if your topic does not seem to be controversial to you but the thread become that way during discussion it will be deleted. We will not hold it against you so do not take it personally. You maybe assured any topic dealing with religion or politics will be deleted. Other topics dealing with race, abortion, war, and etc will also be treated in the same manner. Leaving the topics list wide open because no one knows what topic will become disruptive tomorrow. This was approved by all of the moderators with the feeling it's been a long time coming. This is not up for discussion so do not start another thread looking for support for your feelings, it will be deleted. Take it up with all the mods if you need to vent by PM or complain to the Administrator.

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