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    22 Mar '15 18:57
    Originally posted by Very Rusty
    I once got a forum ban for saying what I got in a P.M. in the General forum. My how times have changed!!!

    -VR
    Do you feel the injustice keenly?
  2. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    22 Mar '15 19:14
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Do you feel the injustice keenly?
    I feel that everyone should be treated equally. Not one set of rules for certain posters and a different set of rules for everyone else. Now, if that gets me a forum ban, so be it. It would also have proved my point.

    You Sir, should not be above the rules. GB has been banned for less IMHO!

    -VR
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    22 Mar '15 19:262 edits
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    .... maybe because moonbus 'cares' about this online public forum.
    This forum is the Kim Kardashian school for airheads forum. Occasionally you get some of the ladies unafraid of going deep like drewnogal or hakima or Maura. Its fine if you want something trivial and light on a summers day, some of Suzzies fairy cakes or Randolphs nutty oatcakes but its no place for philosophers like you or me or badger, we are too complex, too deep, too much given to wine and poetry!
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    22 Mar '15 19:32
    Originally posted by Very Rusty
    I feel that everyone should be treated equally. Not one set of rules for certain posters and a different set of rules for everyone else. Now, if that gets me a forum ban, so be it. It would also have proved my point.

    You Sir, should not be above the rules. GB has been banned for less IMHO!

    -VR
    Just out of interest Very Busty, why do you sign your posts, we know who said it.
  5. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    22 Mar '15 19:401 edit
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    Just out of interest Very Busty, why do you sign your posts, we know who said it.
    It will give you something to think about when you're not crying in the forum, Snobbie carrobie. 😛

    P.S. Don't drive you self crazier than you already are trying to figure it out.

    Have A Great Day!

    -VR
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    22 Mar '15 19:501 edit
    Originally posted by Very Rusty
    It will give you something to think about when you're not crying in the forum, Snobbie carrobie. 😛

    P.S. Don't drive you self crazier than you already are trying to figure it out.

    Have A Great Day!

    -VR
    I already see it as the desire to lay emphasis on your own importance, like people who underline their signatures. Whether consciously or otherwise this is what they are doing. They are saying I am an important person, which may or may not be the case. It could be that they generally feel important or that they infact have certain reservations and feel the need to reiterate to themselves that they are important because of some issue with self esteem they are having. I had initially thought that it was your way of marking your territory, like dogs which urinate in bushes but don't want to fall into a naturalism fallacy.
  7. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    22 Mar '15 20:141 edit
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    This forum is the Kim Kardashian school for airheads forum. Occasionally you get some of the ladies unafraid of going deep like drewnogal or hakima or Maura. Its fine if you want something trivial and light on a summers day, some of Suzzies fairy cakes or Randolphs nutty oatcakes but its no place for philosophers like you or me or badger, we are too complex, too deep, too much given to wine and poetry!
    "... we are too complex, too deep, too much given to wine and poetry [or pastries]!" We're all given the privilege of speaking our minds, limited only by the liberal boundaries of RHP's Terms of Service. Imagine how things would be otherwise.
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    22 Mar '15 20:27
    Originally posted by Very Rusty
    I feel that everyone should be treated equally. Not one set of rules for certain posters and a different set of rules for everyone else. Now, if that gets me a forum ban, so be it. It would also have proved my point.

    You Sir, should not be above the rules. GB has been banned for less IMHO!

    -VR
    Perhaps GB is not as well connected as I am.
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    22 Mar '15 20:28
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    I already see it as the desire to lay emphasis on your own importance, like people who underline their signatures. Whether consciously or otherwise this is what they are doing. They are saying I am an important person, which may or may not be the case. It could be that they generally feel important or that they infact have certain reservations and ...[text shortened]... r territory, like dogs which urinate in bushes but don't want to fall into a naturalism fallacy.
    Leave Rusty alone Weasel Breath.
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    22 Mar '15 20:28
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    "... we are too complex, too deep, too much given to wine and poetry [or pastries]!" We're all given the privilege of speaking our minds, limited only by the liberal boundaries of RHP's Terms of Service. Imagine how things would be otherwise.
    Is there anything in the ToS about revealling something in a PM?
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    22 Mar '15 20:28
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie

    ...Randolphs nutty oatcakes but its no place for philosophers like you or me or badger, we are too complex, too deep, too much given to wine and poetry![/b]
    Sounds rather like a quote from Wind in the Willows.


    `Where's Mr. Badger?' inquired the Mole, as he warmed the coffee- pot before the fire.

    `The master's gone into his study, sir,' replied the hedgehog, `and he said as how he was going to be particular busy this morning, and on no account was he to be disturbed.'
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    22 Mar '15 20:30
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    Sounds rather like a quote from Wind in the Willows.


    `Where's Mr. Badger?' inquired the Mole, as he warmed the coffee- pot before the fire.

    `The master's gone into his study, sir,' replied the hedgehog, `and he said as how he was going to be particular busy this morning, and on no account was he to be disturbed.'
    A long ban I here.
  13. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    22 Mar '15 20:34
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Perhaps GB is not as well connected as I am.
    GB is glad dive, robbie and Rusty are here... how boring if we were all cut from the same cloth and constantly agreed.
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    22 Mar '15 20:43
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    GB is glad dive, robbie and Rusty are here... how boring if we were all cut from the same cloth and constantly agreed.
    Quite. It would be very boring here. 🙂
  15. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    22 Mar '15 20:47
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Is there anything in the ToS about revealling something in a PM?
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