I know i dont have to reply but it is true anyway some here abuse their power. they "always" get away with it. [and i wont say who... it doesnt matter anyway] and i dont agree on anything always but this one in particular i agree. but one thing though one learn his/her way
to use the [ ignore ] button. others dont and they like to curse all the time. they say i dont make any sense well. same with them.
i just dont want to answer that much, on such a bull crap. im old for that. and so what if im spammer. im glad im not abusive and a suck up.
GP you dont have to agree but I feel your pain...dude. i add you to my respect list.
I had trouble understanding what you were trying to say. How can you feel his pain? GP was a Super-Mod, something you will never ever be.
Location: I come from just the otherside of nowhere
yoUrSuChAsucKa, how can he give anything to this. He a n00b.
(Starts an scary n00b chant)
Meh, all that aside.
I don't know what GP was doing as a supermod. But being a shall we say more senoir member of WE. I have to say Lee, alot of people do say you can do things like this for personal reasons. I'm not saying it's true. I've spoken to you a few times and you've been nothing but friendly. GP has a right to voice his opinion, but I feel he should have done this on MSN or somewhere were regular bord members couldn't see it. I don't think Staff should bring stuff like this outside of the staff fourm or a messenger service. That's a personal opinion.
I don't feel the need to justify my moddship here and I'm not going to. I do whatever work in my fourms that I see needs doing.
It's just my two cents.
Originally Posted by Bill Shankley
Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that
Hobo, I can't see any other forums. I'm just a regular member now. Also, I'd prefer to do this over W-E, just so we have witnesses for anything needed. Lee seems to slightly modify his words and find some stupid loophole, making him not "actually" say what he clearly did.