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noxux wrote:I'm being curious, what happened to him?
Q.U. wrote:My cynicism, I believe, lies in my finding amusement in the whole Grids v. Seir conflict. And the chaos it unleashed. To me it was a good experience, because I got to watch a clusterfuck. And I like that sort of things.
As you said yourself whether people mind or not, does not matter. Many of the Bleedmanites are visting boards like 4chan so they're used to such jokes, but Dave's goal for this site is for minors to be able to visit the site and avoid bad publicity and real life children in suggestive poses in their underwear, is not helping.
In fact, had it been Kris as first Mod to view this pic, you'd have been banned already.
Q.U. wrote:The story of the day when I almost got banned. Which makes me wonder, what would I be today if that did happen...
Blood Lord wrote:That went out the window a while ago.
Tuor wrote:If I remember right he's paid for it through to 2017 or something like that
Stanisław Lem wrote:I hadn't known there were so many idiots in the world until I started using the Internet.
OrangeBee wrote:Sounds like the site had one heck of a time with such colorful characters.
Randori wrote:Man, it surprises me how a community grows, stays constant, and withers away as I read these vets' posts. Makes me wonder how this site will live on before it's "deadline" of 2017.
Ah yeah I recall that situation, I still think given your post count back then and given the nature of the photo, 1 or 2 mods would've banned you had they seen it first. It's funny to read now especially the "I don't make the rules here" part, since now you do get to have an influence on the rules.
Yeah. My "childhood" on this site and up to the point I left was pretty dang fun. But so is this. It's just different to the point that I couldn't compare the two very well.
Blood Lord wrote:The site is growing back.
Blood Lord wrote:In my personal, and jaded opinion
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