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Author Topic: Disciplinary action for repeat threadjackers  (Read 3536 times)

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Re: Disciplinary action for repeat threadjackers
« Reply #50 on: January 28, 2019, 09:08:23 PM »

I'm serious.  If the justification for a certain moderation policy is that we can learn about each other, then it's not a good justification.  This is a topic-based forum, not just a free-for-all chatroom like IRC.
Well this is a forum, not a super serious road scholar convention.
You mean we're not professional viatologists!? :-o
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Re: Disciplinary action for repeat threadjackers
« Reply #51 on: January 28, 2019, 09:27:59 PM »

I'm serious.  If the justification for a certain moderation policy is that we can learn about each other, then it's not a good justification.  This is a topic-based forum, not just a free-for-all chatroom like IRC.
Well this is a forum, not a super serious road scholar convention.
You mean we're not professional viatologists!? :-o

I prefer Road Scholar :)
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Re: Disciplinary action for repeat threadjackers
« Reply #52 on: January 28, 2019, 09:31:27 PM »

I'm serious.  If the justification for a certain moderation policy is that we can learn about each other, then it's not a good justification.  This is a topic-based forum, not just a free-for-all chatroom like IRC.
Well this is a forum, not a super serious road scholar convention.
You mean we're not professional viatologists!? :-o
That phrase is so famous that it got into the urban dictionary. It apparently means things that are wrong. Are we wrong? Or is Calrog just that dumb?
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Re: Disciplinary action for repeat threadjackers
« Reply #53 on: January 28, 2019, 09:32:35 PM »

I'm serious.  If the justification for a certain moderation policy is that we can learn about each other, then it's not a good justification.  This is a topic-based forum, not just a free-for-all chatroom like IRC.
Well this is a forum, not a super serious road scholar convention.
You mean we're not professional viatologists!? :-o
That phrase is so famous that it got into the urban dictionary. It apparently means things that are wrong. Are we wrong? Or is Calrog just that dumb?

Someone took his phrase and put a spin on it.
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