My post from earlier this afternoon, you ask a question and get berated in the process.. and the board gets closed with answer to may question.. what a freaking joke this guy is, too much power and not a whole lot of sensibility.. here comes the lock...
This morning I posted the below thread/question and now I am home and it is included in the "Obama is an anti-American Racist thread" after I posted a question for the moderator.. the game playing is obvious and someone has too much power, I imagine this will be folded into the same one.. no answer, but we have come to expect this. There are some who are beyond reproach..
Log on this AM and somehow I am associated with the "Obama's Pastor is an anti american racist", on the Unification Church thread.. geez wonder how that happened.. maybe it was an accident or an on purpose.
Even though yesterday most of the Obama's Pastors threads were folded into one, except a couple that they happen to have missed,oopsy.. brought it to the Mod's attention and nothing was done... there is the famous What the f..ck thread still there which is about the same thing.
Looks like some serious game playing going on and this board is ready for a double flush.. I would never believe that there is some type of conspiracy amongst a select few who seem to violate every rule without sanction, looks like it smells like it.. the demise of this board is imminent if there is not consistency and adherence to the established rules and decorum..
I called out FTW in a specific thread and instead of an answer it got folded into another thread.. very bizarre happenings here.. if you can't do what is expected of you move on..
Wake up whoever is doing this and play by the rules..
the wonderful response from free ted:
Some of us have actual lives, and do not spend 24/7 roaming message boards.
You creid and cried about all the Obama threads so I combined them, I merged your Moonie thread in too by mistake, so the lesson here is, if you wish to keep your own attack threads going, don't ***** and moan about other people's threads.