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Re: Mod for a Day

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that would be bad for the community poeple would definatly stir up trouble one way or another


Possibly or it could be a learning experience for them.


How would it be a learning experience?

 

Smiley LOL

 

 


After banning their enemies for no reason then having their enemies banning them in retaliation and so on a fewe times maybe they'd finally see the futility of it all and stop it?

 

Nah, you're right we've seen people get time outs for their attacks and come back and go right back into attack mode.

 

At least this has been an interesting and respectful discussion so far. A welcome change to OT......


In a lot of ways, moderators are community judges who can determine who is guilty or innocent. The question is, would you want an inexperienced judge to determine the course of your life. I certainly would not want to deal with an inexperienced judge just for getting a simple traffic ticket squared away.

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In a lot of ways, moderators are community judges who can determine who is guilty or innocent. The question is, would you want an inexperienced judge to determine the course of your life. I certainly would not want to deal with an inexperienced judge just for getting a simple traffic ticket squared away.


That's a bit of a stretch. Their actions would only be applicable for one day. So yes. I'd be willing to take that risk. The worst they could do is give me a day off from the forums. It's not the end of the world. Smiley Wink

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In a lot of ways, moderators are community judges who can determine who is guilty or innocent. The question is, would you want an inexperienced judge to determine the course of your life. I certainly would not want to deal with an inexperienced judge just for getting a simple traffic ticket squared away.


That's a bit of a stretch. Their actions would only be applicable for one day. So yes. I'd be willing to take that risk. The worst they could do is give me a day off from the forums. It's not the end of the world. Smiley Wink


Okay.

 

You get a day off.

 

You get back.

 

They ban you again.

 

You get back.

 

They ban you again.

 

 

 

 

YOUR LIFE IS OVER!

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people would still get frustrated about a one day ban if they got it for no reaosn


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people would still get frustrated about a one day ban if they got it for no reaosn


Nicely put hitman.

 

It is one thing getting banned for something you have done, but getting banned for nothing. That would get old FAST.

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Re: Mod for a Day

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ne1atall wrote:

hwhunt13 wrote:


In a lot of ways, moderators are community judges who can determine who is guilty or innocent. The question is, would you want an inexperienced judge to determine the course of your life. I certainly would not want to deal with an inexperienced judge just for getting a simple traffic ticket squared away.


That's a bit of a stretch. Their actions would only be applicable for one day. So yes. I'd be willing to take that risk. The worst they could do is give me a day off from the forums. It's not the end of the world. Smiley Wink


If anything, if this were to heppen, these one day mods would have to have limited powers. Permabanning users without reason is certainly not acceptable by any means and can be an unfair judgement. Banning should be left to the moderators who know what they are doing. Same goes for editing threads.

The best scenario for a mod for a day is simply to lock threads that seem to have run their course over off topic talking in a certain thread on a topic not related to the off topic talking, flaming, and putting down other users, etc.

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hwhunt13 wrote:

ne1atall wrote:

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In a lot of ways, moderators are community judges who can determine who is guilty or innocent. The question is, would you want an inexperienced judge to determine the course of your life. I certainly would not want to deal with an inexperienced judge just for getting a simple traffic ticket squared away.


That's a bit of a stretch. Their actions would only be applicable for one day. So yes. I'd be willing to take that risk. The worst they could do is give me a day off from the forums. It's not the end of the world. Smiley Wink


If anything, if this were to heppen, these one day mods would have to have limited powers. Permabanning users without reason is certainly not acceptable by any means and can be an unfair judgement. Banning should be left to the moderators who know what they are doing. Same goes for editing threads.

The best scenario for a mod for a day is simply to lock threads that seem to have run their course over off topic talking in a certain thread on a topic not related to the off topic talking, flaming, and putting down other users, etc.


No.

 

They should not even have the power to lock threads.

 

 

Can you imagine....

Somebody locking all the event threads!?!?!

 

 

The only power that should be given is the power to recommend something to happen immediately. They should not be able to do anything.

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Re: Mod for a Day

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ne1atall wrote:

hwhunt13 wrote:


In a lot of ways, moderators are community judges who can determine who is guilty or innocent. The question is, would you want an inexperienced judge to determine the course of your life. I certainly would not want to deal with an inexperienced judge just for getting a simple traffic ticket squared away.


That's a bit of a stretch. Their actions would only be applicable for one day. So yes. I'd be willing to take that risk. The worst they could do is give me a day off from the forums. It's not the end of the world. Smiley Wink


Okay.

 

You get a day off.

 

You get back.

 

They ban you again.

 

You get back.

 

They ban you again.

 

 

 

 

YOUR LIFE IS OVER!


No. There would be a Mod for a day winner once a week not every day of the week. The absolute worst they could do is make me take every say....Monday off. I still have Tuesday thru Sunday. Still not the end of the world. Some peole posting here have already suffered time outs. It obviously wasn't that life altering because they came back and fell right into the same routines.

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I'd rage if I got banned for no reason.
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Re: Mod for a Day

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FiveFourteen wrote:

hwhunt13 wrote:

ne1atall wrote:

hwhunt13 wrote:


In a lot of ways, moderators are community judges who can determine who is guilty or innocent. The question is, would you want an inexperienced judge to determine the course of your life. I certainly would not want to deal with an inexperienced judge just for getting a simple traffic ticket squared away.


That's a bit of a stretch. Their actions would only be applicable for one day. So yes. I'd be willing to take that risk. The worst they could do is give me a day off from the forums. It's not the end of the world. Smiley Wink


If anything, if this were to heppen, these one day mods would have to have limited powers. Permabanning users without reason is certainly not acceptable by any means and can be an unfair judgement. Banning should be left to the moderators who know what they are doing. Same goes for editing threads.

The best scenario for a mod for a day is simply to lock threads that seem to have run their course over off topic talking in a certain thread on a topic not related to the off topic talking, flaming, and putting down other users, etc.


No.

 

They should not even have the power to lock threads.

 

 

Can you imagine....

Somebody locking all the event threads!?!?!

 

 

The only power that should be given is the power to recommend something to happen immediately. They should not be able to do anything.


You hit the nail on the head right there.

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