Forums - General Discussion - Should you be allowed to make threasa about being banned for some reason

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The title says it all. I made 2 posts about why I think I was wrongly banned and both were closed down. So clearly they are not letting it happen but my question is should you be allowed to make a thread discussing the ban as you wish or should you not be. If you're not allowed, can that be considered censorship?



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Last edited by OTBWY - on 22 October 2018


They should make a mod thread for you to complain in.

That would be a good idea.





Carl said:
They should make a mod thread for you to complain in.

That would be a good idea.

Now now, don't get too radical in here.



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Carl said:
They should make a mod thread for you to complain in.

That would be a good idea.

Shouldn't it be open for everyone if I decide it should be? I mean why the uneasiness in someone discussing a ban if you're confident in your decision? 



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Flilix said:

It's just frustrating



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Eagle367 said:
Flilix said:

It's just frustrating

Just let it go, guy. This is just not the way.




Its seems you've had your last three thread on this topic closed. I'd advise you not to open another one or you'll receiving a ban. The Mod thread will be open again at some point in the future, but you have already received your answer from the banning mod:

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8906170

Feel free to PM him or another head mod to get further detail about your ban.

Last edited by cycycychris - on 22 October 2018

     

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