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Re: perception of privilege

Posted by Happyflower on June 23, 2007, at 15:23:21

In reply to Re: perception of privilege confuzyq, posted by fayeroe on June 23, 2007, at 14:58:47

Well I think it is more about the privilege of being a deuties friend.
They are only human, but the potential for unfairness is greater if our deputies are indivdual posters. A deputy's friend might say something on the line of civilness and their friend might not enforce the rules or "appear to turn the other cheek", the same as if it is someone who the deputy does not care for.
Not everyone receives the benefit of doubt when the post is "on the line" of civilness. Plus when other babblers report it or complain about certain posts we are likely to get told that 1) we didn't read the post, 2)nobody reported the post, so use the reply button, 3) I don't understand what was being said because it was in creative writing section, 4) they really didn't mean how it was preceived, 5) complete avoidence of the issue.

Now if it was by someone who isn't well liked by the deputy, the posts will be gone over more carefully, almost like they are looking for something, to give out warnings or blocks. Plus sometimes deputies can "egg one on", knowing what they are saying is frusterating the poster, to get them to "be uncivil", and then get blocked.




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