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  • RamiusRamius Joined: July 19, 2000 Administrator, ClubPA admin
    edited January 2004
    I'm not a fan of that kind of forum. I've seen other boards that do that...they send the people they don't like or that break rules or whatever to some other spot on the forums. But here, I think we are capable of either getting them to fit-in, or to bugger-off.

    The tubgirl thing that Tezkah brought up...it is currently my intention to punish ALL infractions first with jail, and then take it from there. The only situation that has come up since jail started that I felt demanded a ban instead of jail was a forum-raid on another forum. Since their infraction didn't really have anything directly to do with their activities on these forums, punishing them with jail on these forums didn't seem appropriate.

    By all means, we may ban somebody AFTER they have been jailed, but by jailing them, they are made to reconsider their actions, and we are giving them an opportunity to straighten out. If they blow that 2nd chance, THEN a ban may be in order.

    Ramius on
  • taoistlumberjaktaoistlumberjak Registered User
    edited January 2004
    Ramius wrote:
    I'm not a fan of that kind of forum. I've seen other boards that do that...they send the people they don't like or that break rules or whatever to some other spot on the forums. But here, I think we are capable of either getting them to fit-in, or to bugger-off.

    Well, you could stick them in SE, and they'd either develop thick skin, or they'd run screaming.

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  • OrthancOrthanc Death Lite, Only 1 Calorie Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited January 2004
    I still think the likes of Tubgirl and Goat.se should be bannable straight up when posted by someone who has joined just to post it. They clearly have no intention of being a member of the fourm.

    Orthanc on
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  • OrthancOrthanc Death Lite, Only 1 Calorie Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited January 2004
    Ramius wrote:
    I'm not a fan of that kind of forum. I've seen other boards that do that...they send the people they don't like or that break rules or whatever to some other spot on the forums. But here, I think we are capable of either getting them to fit-in, or to bugger-off.

    Well, you could stick them in SE, and they'd either develop thick skin, or they'd run screaming.

    SE is not a trash can. You don't move shitty threads there, you lock them. You don't move shitty forumers there, you flame them.

    Orthanc on
    orthanc
  • RamiusRamius Joined: July 19, 2000 Administrator, ClubPA admin
    edited January 2004
    Orthanc wrote:
    I still think the likes of Tubgirl and Goat.se should be bannable straight up when posted by someone who has joined just to post it. They clearly have no intention of being a member of the fourm.

    I haven't yet seen jail used in this manner, but I'm very interested to see what the result will be. I mean, if someone's intent is to goatse the forums and they are thwarted by jail, then what would their next action be? It is a social experiment of great interest to me. The flip-side is also that in situations of "poor-judgement" by the regs, like when Susie posted that picture that one time, jail will allow them to continue visiting the boards instead of us being obliged to ban them.

    Ramius on
  • OrthancOrthanc Death Lite, Only 1 Calorie Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited January 2004
    Ramius wrote:
    Orthanc wrote:
    I still think the likes of Tubgirl and Goat.se should be bannable straight up when posted by someone who has joined just to post it. They clearly have no intention of being a member of the fourm.

    I haven't yet seen jail used in this manner, but I'm very interested to see what the result will be. I mean, if someone's intent is to goatse the forums and they are thwarted by jail, then what would their next action be? It is a social experiment of great interest to me. The flip-side is also that in situations of "poor-judgement" by the regs, like when Susie posted that picture that one time, jail will allow them to continue visiting the boards instead of us being obliged to ban them.

    Good point. I havn't seen a goat.se / tubgirl attack since Jailing was introduced. But I suspect Jailing will lead to them leaving or being IP banned for comeing back and doing it again, so I suppose it will have much the same effect as a ban.

    Edit: on a completly unrelated note, while you making changes, it would be nice if the "you're banned" screen also unset the auto login cookie. I know that confuses a lot of people, they don't realise they can still browse.

    Orthanc on
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  • ÄlphämönkëyÄlphämönkëy Registered User regular
    edited January 2004
    I can tell you it works great on sitewhores. Its my #1 ally over in linksville. I actually prefer this to temp bannings right now. If your going to be banned, your going to be banned, if not, you can post, just slowly.

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  • RamiusRamius Joined: July 19, 2000 Administrator, ClubPA admin
    edited January 2004
    Orthanc wrote:
    Edit: on a completly unrelated note, while you making changes, it would be nice if the "you're banned" screen also unset the auto login cookie. I know that confuses a lot of people, they don't realise they can still browse.

    gah. It sounds like a nice idea, but I'm feeling a little too lazy to implement something like that for people that are 1) dumb enough to get banned, and ALSO 2) too dumb to figure out why they cannot read the forums.

    If you want to give me the code to insert, I will put it in. But other than that, I don't really feel up to it at this time.

    Ramius on
  • Grayman222Grayman222 Registered User
    edited January 2004
    Could Jailings possibly be kept seperate from the ban announcments thread? If someone is jailed I know they are jailed. They have a jail avatar.

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  • Grayman222Grayman222 Registered User
    edited January 2004
    Ramius wrote:
    Orthanc wrote:
    Edit: on a completly unrelated note, while you making changes, it would be nice if the "you're banned" screen also unset the auto login cookie. I know that confuses a lot of people, they don't realise they can still browse.

    gah. It sounds like a nice idea, but I'm feeling a little too lazy to implement something like that for people that are 1) dumb enough to get banned, and ALSO 2) too dumb to figure out why they cannot read the forums.

    If you want to give me the code to insert, I will put it in. But other than that, I don't really feel up to it at this time.

    Maybe they can be sent an email explaining the ban, how to browse after the ban, and how to register at that other forum.

    ^ The above comments are made in jest ^

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  • OrthancOrthanc Death Lite, Only 1 Calorie Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited January 2004
    Ramius wrote:
    Orthanc wrote:
    Edit: on a completly unrelated note, while you making changes, it would be nice if the "you're banned" screen also unset the auto login cookie. I know that confuses a lot of people, they don't realise they can still browse.

    gah. It sounds like a nice idea, but I'm feeling a little too lazy to implement something like that for people that are 1) dumb enough to get banned, and ALSO 2) too dumb to figure out why they cannot read the forums.

    If you want to give me the code to insert, I will put it in. But other than that, I don't really feel up to it at this time.

    I'm not fussed about perminant bans, but it is / was a pain when people got temp banned. I might work out the code insert, it will just be a setCookie line.

    Orthanc on
    orthanc
  • PredatorPredator __BANNED USERS
    edited January 2004
    Can I get unjailed here? Fiddy was already out line jailing me seeing as I followed the rules posting something that was not safe for work.

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  • OrthancOrthanc Death Lite, Only 1 Calorie Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited January 2004
    Predator wrote:
    Can I get unjailed here? Fiddy was already out line jailing me seeing as I followed the rules posting something that was not safe for work.

    You're probably best to PM ramius, if you were actually hard done by.

    Orthanc on
    orthanc
  • PaladinPaladin Registered User regular
    edited January 2004
    NAZI MODS AHHH

    If I was jailed it wouldn't make a bit of a difference to me.

    Paladin on
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  • matt has a problemmatt has a problem Points to 'off' Points to 'on'Registered User regular
    edited January 2004
    Wow, so jailage kills all previous and future use of bbcode for the jailee? It's like Orthanc's posts just suddenly exploded...

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  • OrthancOrthanc Death Lite, Only 1 Calorie Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited January 2004
    That's half the point, it will kill and tubgirl etc pictures they've posted, without the mods trying to find them

    Orthanc on
    orthanc
  • waynewayne Registered User
    edited January 2004
    And because Ramius said you just can't ban a person for being stupid.

    I can't think of the number of times as a mod I wanted to at least name ban someone for being stupid and shit. Most of them ended up being stupid enough and trolling enough to be banned. Name bans naturally aren't as effective as IP bans because people can sign in with a different name. Name bans always seemed to be what being jailed is now. Gives you the feeling that the mods mean business but they don't make it impossible for you to post.
    Ramius wrote:
    Orthanc wrote:
    I still think the likes of Tubgirl and Goat.se should be bannable straight up when posted by someone who has joined just to post it. They clearly have no intention of being a member of the fourm.

    I haven't yet seen jail used in this manner, but I'm very interested to see what the result will be. I mean, if someone's intent is to goatse the forums and they are thwarted by jail, then what would their next action be? It is a social experiment of great interest to me. The flip-side is also that in situations of "poor-judgement" by the regs, like when Susie posted that picture that one time, jail will allow them to continue visiting the boards instead of us being obliged to ban them.

    Or the people who link to the Something Awful images without previewing their post because they don't realize it's a good way to accidentally goatse a place.

    wayne on
  • PaladinPaladin Registered User regular
    edited January 2004
    wayne wrote:
    And because Ramius said you just can't ban a person for being stupid.

    I can't think of the number of times as a mod I wanted to at least name ban someone for being stupid and shit. Most of them ended up being stupid enough and trolling enough to be banned. Name bans naturally aren't as effective as IP bans because people can sign in with a different name. Name bans always seemed to be what being jailed is now. Gives you the feeling that the mods mean business but they don't make it impossible for you to post.
    Ramius wrote:
    Orthanc wrote:
    I still think the likes of Tubgirl and Goat.se should be bannable straight up when posted by someone who has joined just to post it. They clearly have no intention of being a member of the fourm.

    I haven't yet seen jail used in this manner, but I'm very interested to see what the result will be. I mean, if someone's intent is to goatse the forums and they are thwarted by jail, then what would their next action be? It is a social experiment of great interest to me. The flip-side is also that in situations of "poor-judgement" by the regs, like when Susie posted that picture that one time, jail will allow them to continue visiting the boards instead of us being obliged to ban them.

    Or the people who link to the Something Awful images without previewing their post because they don't realize it's a good way to accidentally goatse a place.
    You wanted to.

    Wow. See, I didn't know about the Something Awful thing. I think I almost dodged a bullet one time, then.
    That should be in the rules thread.

    Paladin on
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    Doc: That's right, twenty five years into the future. I've always dreamed on seeing the future, looking beyond my years, seeing the progress of mankind. I'll also be able to see who wins the next twenty-five world series.
  • 150cc150cc Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited January 2004
    Orthanc wrote:
    Predator wrote:
    Can I get unjailed here? Fiddy was already out line jailing me seeing as I followed the rules posting something that was not safe for work.

    You're probably best to PM ramius, if you were actually hard done by.

    I think not, old friend.

    Just posting "NSFW" as a warning is not good enough all the time. If something is BORDERLINE then it's ok to post it with a warning. If it's obvious- it has cocks, boobs, et cetera plastered all over it, like what you posted, then sorry. It's obviously not appropriate at all then.

    Take some time and get used to jail for a couple of weeks. Prove yourself. Then you can go back to normal status.

    150cc on
  • 150cc150cc Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited January 2004
    Paladin wrote:
    wayne wrote:
    And because Ramius said you just can't ban a person for being stupid.

    I can't think of the number of times as a mod I wanted to at least name ban someone for being stupid and shit. Most of them ended up being stupid enough and trolling enough to be banned. Name bans naturally aren't as effective as IP bans because people can sign in with a different name. Name bans always seemed to be what being jailed is now. Gives you the feeling that the mods mean business but they don't make it impossible for you to post.
    Ramius wrote:
    Orthanc wrote:
    I still think the likes of Tubgirl and Goat.se should be bannable straight up when posted by someone who has joined just to post it. They clearly have no intention of being a member of the fourm.

    I haven't yet seen jail used in this manner, but I'm very interested to see what the result will be. I mean, if someone's intent is to goatse the forums and they are thwarted by jail, then what would their next action be? It is a social experiment of great interest to me. The flip-side is also that in situations of "poor-judgement" by the regs, like when Susie posted that picture that one time, jail will allow them to continue visiting the boards instead of us being obliged to ban them.

    Or the people who link to the Something Awful images without previewing their post because they don't realize it's a good way to accidentally goatse a place.
    You wanted to.

    Wow. See, I didn't know about the Something Awful thing. I think I almost dodged a bullet one time, then.
    That should be in the rules thread.

    For a while the SA linking image was an ejaculating cock. Then it was a bakla-like picture. I don't know what it is now and I'm afraid to find out.

    EDIT: Believe it or not... I think SA might allow hotlinking now.

    150cc on
  • DogDog Registered User, Administrator, Vanilla Staff admin
    edited January 2004
    150cc wrote:
    Then it was a bakla-like picture.

    Ruhhh?

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  • Grayman222Grayman222 Registered User
    edited January 2004
    Paladin wrote:
    Wow. See, I didn't know about the Something Awful thing. I think I almost dodged a bullet one time, then.
    That should be in the rules thread.

    I think it was for awhile.

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  • sankesanke Registered User
    edited January 2004
    I'm enjoying my stay in jail.

    I'm not really being punished at all.
    Make the terms of being in jail more harsh, please.

    sanke on
  • PredatorPredator __BANNED USERS
    edited January 2004
    "If it's obvious- it has cocks, boobs, et cetera plastered all over it,"

    Plastered all over it? There is like a grant total of like 6 seconds of the 50 seconds of the video that has a mostly covered PLASTIC dick.

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  • RamiusRamius Joined: July 19, 2000 Administrator, ClubPA admin
    edited January 2004
    It's all about context, and you are not addressing this problem in the appropriate forum or manner. If you want to take it up with me, send me a PM or an email giving me an example of what you were jailed for and why you think you shouldn't have been. If I need to ask the mods about your general behavior aside from this incident, I have a forum to do so.

    Making public pleas for consideration will pretty much always be ignored.

    Ramius on
  • bone daddybone daddy Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited January 2004
    Ramius wrote:
    Orthanc wrote:
    I still think the likes of Tubgirl and Goat.se should be bannable straight up when posted by someone who has joined just to post it. They clearly have no intention of being a member of the fourm.

    I haven't yet seen jail used in this manner, but I'm very interested to see what the result will be. I mean, if someone's intent is to goatse the forums and they are thwarted by jail, then what would their next action be? It is a social experiment of great interest to me. The flip-side is also that in situations of "poor-judgement" by the regs, like when Susie posted that picture that one time, jail will allow them to continue visiting the boards instead of us being obliged to ban them.

    Trogo. I jailed him for posting gay porn. He'd been registered for about a month at that point, but that was his second, and apparently last, post. Unless an SE++ mod banned him afterwards, but I don't remember seeing his name on the banlist.

    bone daddy on
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  • PaladinPaladin Registered User regular
    edited January 2004
    What I'm afraid of is a jail bandwagon. Edited jail avatars, jailed-only threads, and jailed mod scandals.

    YES I'M TALKING TO YOU PEOPLE UP THERE

    Paladin on
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  • CZroeCZroe Registered User regular
    edited February 2004
    Paladin wrote:
    What I'm afraid of is a jail bandwagon. Edited jail avatars, jailed-only threads, and jailed mod scandals.

    YES I'M TALKING TO YOU PEOPLE UP THERE

    Hey, I think I was the first to do this...

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    Anyway, why the hell am I jailed? What good does it do to jail someone without telling them why? They can not modify their behavior unless it was plainly obvious why they were jailed. Can someone be jailed for disagreeing with the popular consensus or having a bad attitude? There was a "Hey, I noticed you posted this before. We're going to act like elitists and bash you" bandwagon once when a mod asked me to recreate my post. Also, I read through the first page and couldn't get an answer: How long will I be jailed? I was planning on just sitting it out because 90% of the things I want to post involve pictures because I'm clearly an attention whore. I have yet to post an offensive image or link so why the hell was I jailed? Once again, if I don't know why, what can I "learn" from it? I thought it's supposed to be a "second chance" or something but I see no way to avoid future occurrences.

    CZroe on
  • OrthancOrthanc Death Lite, Only 1 Calorie Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited February 2004
    CZroe wrote:
    Anyway, why the hell am I jailed? What good does it do to jail someone without telling them why? They can not modify their behavior unless it was plainly obvious why they were jailed. Can someone be jailed for disagreeing with the popular consensus or having a bad attitude? There was a "Hey, I noticed you posted this before. We're going to act like elitists and bash you" bandwagon once when a mod asked me to recreate my post. Also, I read through the first page and couldn't get an answer: How long will I be jailed? I was planning on just sitting it out because 90% of the things I want to post involve pictures because I'm clearly an attention whore. I have yet to post an offensive image or link so why the hell was I jailed? Once again, if I don't know why, what can I "learn" from it? I thought it's supposed to be a "second chance" or something but I see no way to avoid future occurrences.

    You might want to stop just there and post something worthwhile.

    As for how long you are jailed, there is no fixed period, you are jailed until a mod unjails you.

    Surely you can work out what thread you were jailed in, I'd suggest you go back and have another look

    Orthanc on
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  • bone daddybone daddy Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited February 2004
    CZroe wrote:
    Watch my pathetic attempts at BBCode while jailed... and still wondering why.

    There's a note in your profile saying who jailed you. Maybe--call me crazy here--you could PM them and ask them why they jailed you.

    bone daddy on
    Rogue helicopter?
    Ecoterrorism is actually the single largest terrorist threat at the moment. They don't usually kill people, but they blow up or set on fire very expensive things.
  • Raistlin212Raistlin212 Registered User regular
    edited February 2004
    CZroe wrote:
    Anyway, why the hell am I jailed? What good does it do to jail someone without telling them why?...There was a "Hey, I noticed you posted this before. We're going to act like elitists and bash you" bandwagon once when a mod asked me to recreate my post.

    I'm not in any way in any posittion of authority, but your attitude in several of your posts has really rubbed me (and others) the wrong way. A few people tried to explain to you why, but you chose to ignore it. And, based on how you're acting whiled jailed, you'll never learn anything resembling humility.

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  • Stupid Mr Whoopsie NameStupid Mr Whoopsie Name Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited February 2004
    sanke wrote:
    I'm enjoying my stay in jail.

    I'm not really being punished at all.
    Make the terms of being in jail more harsh, please.

    You're enjoying it cos you're not in jail anymore. The moment you were out of jail was the moment you were able to edit your avatar and such.

    Stupid Mr Whoopsie Name on
  • 150cc150cc Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited February 2004
    CZroe wrote:
    Anyway, why the hell am I jailed? What good does it do to jail someone without telling them why? They can not modify their behavior unless it was plainly obvious why they were jailed. Can someone be jailed for disagreeing with the popular consensus or having a bad attitude? There was a "Hey, I noticed you posted this before. We're going to act like elitists and bash you" bandwagon once when a mod asked me to recreate my post. Also, I read through the first page and couldn't get an answer: How long will I be jailed? I was planning on just sitting it out because 90% of the things I want to post involve pictures because I'm clearly an attention whore. I have yet to post an offensive image or link so why the hell was I jailed? Once again, if I don't know why, what can I "learn" from it? I thought it's supposed to be a "second chance" or something but I see no way to avoid future occurrences.

    It says you were jailed last night by Harry B.

    So... I looked to see what you posted yesterday that might have been considered inflammatory and trollish.

    Didn't take much searching to find yet ANOTHER of your "OMG LOOK WHAT I CAN DO TO INTERNET EXPLORER" threads... despite the fact that if I'm not mistaken the forumers have made it clear they're sick of those (and sick of your confrontational attitude whenever they tell you to cut it out).

    Maybe the trolling/flaming etc. that happened around that incident is why.

    You know... people could just check their profile to see when it was done, look to see what they did around that time... and they'll discover why they were jailed pretty quick.

    150cc on
  • CZroeCZroe Registered User regular
    edited February 2004
    Orthanc wrote:
    You might want to stop just there and post something worthwhile.
    Perhaps I was too wordy. I came in here to make a VERY worthwhile suggestion: Make it manditory that a Deputy or Jailer explain why they jailed you. Otherwise it does no good. I also came here with worthwhile questions: How can I find out who jailed me or why? How long will I be jailed? Can I simply wait it out? The original post specifically asked if all the questioned were answered. These weren't so I am asking them and asking that they be applied in the main post. Somehow, I tied that into a paragraph and it was lost on you guys :(

    I did NOT come here to bitch and moan, despite what it may look like. I came here with questions which had they been answered in the main post I would not have even asked.
    As for how long you are jailed, there is no fixed period, you are jailed until a mod unjails you.
    Thanks. That's another one of my questions which was not answered in the main post. It would make I fine addition :) Somewhere, I got the impression that it was for 90 days... See? I told you it was worthwhile. :)
    Surely you can work out what thread you were jailed in, I'd suggest you go back and have another look
    Not without knowing who jailed me. It turns out that I never got a single bit of communication from the deputy in the thread or PM. If I didn't figure out who the deputy was, I'd have no idea that it was related to that thread.


    bone daddy wrote:
    There's a note in your profile saying who jailed you. Maybe--call me crazy here--you could PM them and ask them why they jailed you.
    Thanks! Why wasn't that mentioned in the original post? :)
    I'm not in any way in any posittion of authority, but your attitude in several of your posts has really rubbed me (and others) the wrong way. A few people tried to explain to you why, but you chose to ignore it. And, based on how you're acting whiled jailed, you'll never learn anything resembling humility.
    Are you saying I was jailed because someone didn't like me? I'm sorry, but you simply insinuated an attitude which was totally not there in our other encounter. I suggest you re-read it. As I recall, all I did was explain myself until you made a personal attack on me.

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  • CZroeCZroe Registered User regular
    edited February 2004
    150cc wrote:
    Didn't take much searching to find yet ANOTHER of your "OMG LOOK WHAT I CAN DO TO INTERNET EXPLORER" threads... despite the fact that if I'm not mistaken the forumers have made it clear they're sick of those (and sick of your confrontational attitude whenever they tell you to cut it out).
    Look, I know it was a rush job and you couldn't skim everything so let me break it down:

    I made one post. The moderator asked me to make it again.

    That was it.

    When it got some flak, I simply responded with why it was recreated. When someone asked how it was done, I simply responded with that information. Any "trolling" was purely from those who didn't understand why the thread was recreated.

    Seeing what other forumers thought is exactly what led to the other people in that thread creating similar responses. All ignored the initial explanation and came up with something else negative to say so they could agree. That's a group mentality and it's boundaries apparantly are not within the thread.


    Are you saying that I was jailed because I was asked to recreate a thread? Because the old thread no longer existed and I had no explanation in the new thread, people jumped to conslusion saying I was making "ANOTHER of my 'OMG LOOK WHAT I CAN DO TO INTERNET EXPLORER' threads." Upon further investigation, I'm sure you will see that it is not the case.

    Also, this thread is an isolated incident and is furthermore not related to the jailing. I did not intend to "discuss" MY jailing, but simply had questions. So I'm begging that we stick to them instead of making me look like a whiny baby (Yes, you're simply trying to answer my "Why am I jailed?" question but that incident is not related to HarryB or my jailing in any way).

    Edit: Oh, and none of that was "yesterday." I haven't been on the boards all week, yet I was jailed yesterday. Yet another reason why I didn't know what it could have been.

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  • sankesanke Registered User
    edited February 2004
    sanke wrote:
    I'm enjoying my stay in jail.

    I'm not really being punished at all.
    Make the terms of being in jail more harsh, please.

    You're enjoying it cos you're not in jail anymore. The moment you were out of jail was the moment you were able to edit your avatar and such.


    At the time of writing that, I was in jail.

    sanke on
  • CombustibleCombustible Registered User
    edited February 2004
    Well I am in jail because denihilist is an asshole.

    But thats my political opinion.

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  • DogDog Registered User, Administrator, Vanilla Staff admin
    edited February 2004
    Well I am in jail because denihilist is an asshole.

    But thats my political opinion.

    You're in jail cuz you're a goddamned idiot and reposted a thread that a mod had already locked.

    On topic: Am I the only one who thinks that jailed people should still be able to quote? Removing their ability to use the quote tags makes their posts look like garbled messes -- especially if it contains nested quotes.

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  • CombustibleCombustible Registered User
    edited February 2004
    I didnt repost it, I was making fun of people who cant take apple getting bashed the 2nd time arround.

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  • MrFisticuffsMrFisticuffs Registered User
    edited February 2004
    Well I am in jail because denihilist is an asshole.

    But thats my political opinion.

    You're in jail cuz you're a goddamned idiot and reposted a thread that a mod had already locked.

    On topic: Am I the only one who thinks that jailed people should still be able to quote? Removing their ability to use the quote tags makes their posts look like garbled messes -- especially if it contains nested quotes.

    If their posts look like garbled messes, then people are less likely to actually read them, and more likely to harangue them for trying to quote while jailed.

    It's part of the punishment.

    MrFisticuffs on
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