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slab_of_bacon said:

But the value of the smack is relative to the value of the bitch.

Street drug prices relative to prostitution rates?



...to avoid getting banned for inactivity, I may have to resort to comments that are of a lower overall quality and or beneath my moral standards.

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KLXVER said:
slab_of_bacon said:

 

Moderation is based on one's inability to convey their ideas in a civil manner.  Passion can be determined by how you show your enthusiasm for what you enjoy without putting others down.  It just means being objective and mindful at times.  Many view their opinions as so relevant they feel it's a fact and that's where  these unnnecessary conflicts arise.  Heck I'm just happy to see the passion, regardless if someone wants to relegate themselves to one bandwidth of titles  as long  as they are happy as well.

Its great to be civil and all, but sometimes you just have to smack a bitch.

Some of the posts that I see do make me emotional, but I try to calm down when that happens instead of saying something here and getting banned.



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VGPolyglot said:
KLXVER said:

Its great to be civil and all, but sometimes you just have to smack a bitch.

Some of the posts that I see do make me emotional, but I try to calm down when that happens instead of saying something here and getting banned.

Yeah, you do learn to vent your frustrations in different ways.



Ganoncrotch said:

Only thing I can recommend is that if there is an argument heading a bad direction, just say "agree to disagree" or don't even bother and just walk away from it, this is the Internet, you don't have to prove yourself to anyone on here or keep at an argument with someone until they change their point of view to fall in line with yours, if you think that could happen then you'll have conflict all over the place because everyone has their own mind (for the most part!!) Sometimes it's easier to just walk away from something or someone rather than end up getting a moderation for it.

Very well stated. I wish more people had the wherewithall to just leave arguments alone, or to understand how useless having the last word on the internet really is. If the other side won't concede, you gain nothing but a temporary ego boost, at the expense of basically everything else.

It's not hard to avoid moderation. Just don't be a jerk to people, stop taking offense to everything, and above all else, debate posts, not posters. If you can't make your point without attacking the other side, well...you just don't have a point.



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Super_Boom said:

It's not hard to avoid moderation. Just don't be a jerk to people, stop taking offense to everything, and above all else, debate posts, not posters. If you can't make your point without attacking the other side, well...you just don't have a point.

You'd think such a thing would make sense, right? But then, that's like asking everyone to obey the law. Sure, it's easy not to rob, rape, or injure someone, but with so many minds and figures at play, things are bound to go wrong.

All that considered, it still doesn't remove the idea that avoiding moderation on the net is rather easy.



                                                                                     

CGI-Quality said:
Super_Boom said:

It's not hard to avoid moderation. Just don't be a jerk to people, stop taking offense to everything, and above all else, debate posts, not posters. If you can't make your point without attacking the other side, well...you just don't have a point.

You'd think such a thing would make sense, right? But then, that's like asking everyone to obey the law. Sure, it's easy not to rob, rape, or injure someone, but with so many minds and figures at play, things are bound to go wrong.

All that considered, it's still doesn't remove the idea that avoiding moderation on the net is rather easy.

It's a relative issue because we are feeling creatures and we want to answer the call about our passions.  However our judgement is clouded at times because we lose sight of objectivity.

 



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KLXVER said:
VGPolyglot said:

Some of the posts that I see do make me emotional, but I try to calm down when that happens instead of saying something here and getting banned.

Yeah, you do learn to vent your frustrations in different ways.

like killing them




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slab_of_bacon said:
CGI-Quality said:

You'd think such a thing would make sense, right? But then, that's like asking everyone to obey the law. Sure, it's easy not to rob, rape, or injure someone, but with so many minds and figures at play, things are bound to go wrong.

All that considered, it's still doesn't remove the idea that avoiding moderation on the net is rather easy.

It's a relative issue because we are feeling creatures and we want to answer the call about our passions.  However our judgement is clouded at times because we lose sight of objectivity.

I'd say this is more of an issue on all one's own. Plenty of people, as this very topic proves, have gotten by without any moderations. No matter how passionate. You can have that and still not break rules. 



                                                                                     

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54% of the poll has never been moderated or warned even? I find that pretty tough to believe, could that really be the case?

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