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Old 07-25-2012, 11:23 AM   #73
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Default Re: Clay Death Permaban: Consider rescinding please.

Permabanned users come back under another identity if they want to. It is known...

Clay Death is not one of those people. He's not gonna lay down low for a while and then come back with a different account to pollute the forum.

He's trying to clear his name here and be given a chance to adapt and co-exist on the forum. Because he knows he didn't deserve what he got.

But, really, the mods should bring some common sense into this and give him a hand. And when I say this, I don't mean just this case, but every other one as well, though this one is a very good example.

Are bans determined on which conflicted group has more clicks on the report button ? What is the purpose of mods then? Where is the human insight in all of it? What happened to hearing both sides' arguments?
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