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Re: 3-complaint rule

Posted by Dr. Bob on June 17, 2005, at 10:13:22

In reply to Re: Just to clarify new rule, posted by Dr. Bob on November 4, 2004, at 22:36:51

> > > I am Poster A. Twice I have asked Administration to make a call on Poster Bs posts ** that werent about me or something Id written** Twice Admin has ruled that his/her posts were civil. Would I ever again be able to question a Poster B post?
> >
> > A could keep questioning them. But if any more of the questioned posts were considered civil, those complaints would be considered uncivil.
> Even if A's requests ** were about something B said about A or something A had written ** (as opposed to some other question about the acceptability of what B posted)?

Right, even then.

> we can't defend ourselves if we'd like to, because we don't need to?
> Minnie-Haha

Sorry, let me back up. I think what makes this hard is defense sometimes becomes offense. It's always fine to clarify what you meant in a previous post (as long as you're civil), if that's what you mean...


> Sorry - it took a while to find them:
> AuntieMel

Thanks for taking that time. So we do already have this rule! Sorry about my memory lapse.

I'd like to leave it up to posters whose posts are objected to to invoke this. If there's a third "false alarm", they can do so by letting me know the URLs of the objections.





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