how many people get banned here a day and what did they do that was so offensive? seriously i read a comment from someone who was BANNED shortly afterwards in every thread. ill probably get banned just for asking
I've been noticing this alot aswell.
While your banned, drag the banned icon on your desktop=Profit
Click the players name > "View forum posts" could show the post causing it maybe. Or they did something nasty in a PM.
Banned shows up on every post they make. But generally it's trolling.
You don't create "justice" by destroying. That includes buildings, cars, or the careers of the people you want "justice" for.
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Mostly the banned people make unconstructive, inflammatory, or irrelevant posts. Just behave in the forums with appropriate behavior like a normal citizen in society and you'll be fine.
They asked. That's what they did.
Also, keep in mind that when you see someone with a banned avatar it doesn't mean that the guy got banned for the post you're currently reading. If 2 or 3 people get banned in the day while posting in the forum you regularly read, it will start to look like OMG EVERYONE IS BANNED.
I don't think mods are banning everyone, we broke the 20,000 posts/day mark this week.
<banned> just gets around a lot. He's a really responsible and a dependable parent to boot. He's got 10 85's 7/7 FL HM Pre-Nerf and he makes it to all his son's baseball games. Truly an amazing person.
"There are no small laws only small criminals" -Tom Servo
Oooo, congratz on the 20,000 posts/day mark, Boub!
I for one am pretty glad that the forum moderators seem to be cracking down a lot heavier on flaming/spamming/whatever.
Just because this site is on the same internet as 4chan doesn't mean these forums are people's own vomitorium, and I'd much rather come here to discuss things without some child posting nonsense every other post.
EDIT: Ahahahaha... Fuzzzie, you have more posts than Boub does. How does this make you feel? :P
Last edited by MisterSoup; 2011-10-01 at 03:13 AM.
it could be that they hired more mods, so there's less "spreading yoruself too thin"
whereby comments that should result in bans/infractions are more likely to be seen
i noticed someone in the computer forum i always saw as a regular get banned, checked post history, couldn't see anything fishy, but meh, coulda been anything (deleted post/thread etc)