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Bartmanhomer
2008-01-10, 09:36 PM
I don't know what is wrong with everybody, but this goes for all Mods. I just complain to TFarchive about this mistreatment and telling me that I'm stupid. Well I hope you mod get what coming you to TFArchive.

Hound
2008-01-10, 09:43 PM
Huh?

Seriously, english man...

Bartmanhomer
2008-01-10, 09:45 PM
My english is freaking clear. You PM me saying that my comments are stupid and you're not doing a damn thing and act like a total jerk-off. Just who the hell you think you are? :mad: :mad:

Hound
2008-01-10, 09:49 PM
Originally posted by Bartmanhomer
Just who the hell you think you are? :mad: :mad: I think I Hound. Who you think you are?

Bartmanhomer
2008-01-10, 09:56 PM
A member who know how to act mature in this forum. I don't care if you think my comments it's stupid but the way that you're behaving is stupid.

Cliffjumper
2008-01-10, 10:21 PM
Originally posted by Bartmanhomer
A member who know how to act mature in this forum.

No. Not at all.

You made an assinine, pointless post.

Someone called you on it.

You claimed freedom of speech, then dug yourself into a big hole.

People somehow failed to take your complete over-reaction seriously.

You had a hissy fit and contacted most of the staff over this... molehill seems to be an overstatement. Pebble?

How is that mature behaviour?

Denyer
2008-01-10, 10:21 PM
Originally posted by Bartmanhomer
My english is freaking clear. You sent me a PM titled "About Halfshell complain".

For the benefit of anyone else reading, I'd add that getting bent out of shape because you said something daft (http://tfarchive.com/community/showthread.php?s=&threadid=42419) and someone called (http://tfarchive.com/community/showthread.php?s=&threadid=42228) you on it, then sending PMs to the mods you could think of, then working your way up the chain... might not be a terrific way of winning friends and influencing people... or anything much.

Bartmanhomer
2008-01-10, 10:29 PM
Look I'm through wasting my time with this. And if you don't like my threads don't read it.

Cliffjumper
2008-01-10, 10:36 PM
Originally posted by Bartmanhomer
Look I'm through wasting my time with this. And if you don't like my threads don't read it.

It wasn't your... no, I think I'm wasting my time with this.

Bartmanhomer
2008-01-10, 10:43 PM
YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO RUN A FORUM! AND I NOT GOING TO TAKE ANY MOTHER ****ING CRAP ABOUT YOU AND ALL THE REST OF YOUR JERK-OFF MODS!

Sades
2008-01-10, 10:45 PM
Originally posted by Bartmanhomer
Look I'm through wasting my time with this. And if you don't like my threads don't read it.

Difficult seeing as how we're supposed to be reading everything.

Getting fussed over nothing isn't going to solve anything. That's the way this forum is- we have an established base of regular posters who have been here for years and they've developed certain ways of dealing with people. Though they probably aren't the best ways, they're what is and you aren't going to be able to change that. Posting pointless statements in active on-topic discussions is only going to get you a lot of flak.

My advice would be to just ignore it- if you make a stupid comment on something and someone calls you on it, don't react. They'll forget it soon enough. If you do react you'll simply get more of the same and nothing will improve. If however you refrain from posting pointless and/or stupid statements in threads people are trying to have an actual discussion in, you'll get by a lot better.

[edit] Hmm. Really now... Banned pending staff discussion, most likely to be a permanent decision.

Hound
2008-01-10, 10:49 PM
Originally posted by Bartmanhomer
YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO RUN A FORUM! AND I NOT GOING TO TAKE ANY MOTHER ****ING CRAP ABOUT YOU AND ALL THE REST OF YOUR JERK-OFF MODS! Oh my ****ing god! Look, man, you're overreacting. If you can't handle a bit of mocking when you say something stupid you're in the wrong place.

If you can't handle it the best thing to do is make sure you never post anything stupid.

Denyer
2008-01-10, 10:54 PM
Eh, give the kid chance to cool off, no harm done. My two cents.

Sades
2008-01-10, 10:57 PM
Sounds good. I'll give him a week.

Galvatron91
2008-01-10, 10:59 PM
Yeah, I don't think it needs to be permanent...maybe a couple days even, not really a week. People need to lighten up and not take things so seriously. Don't make me bring back Claypool!

Hound
2008-01-10, 11:02 PM
Are we having staff conversations in Site feedback now?

Unless you guys are well aware of where you're posting, then never mind me...

Galvatron91
2008-01-10, 11:14 PM
Sorry, I'm stepping in...Hound is right...

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