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Chockstone Forum - General Discussion

General Climbing Discussion

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are u happy with the level of moderation

IdratherbeclimbingM9
19/12/2011
9:51:51 PM
On 19/12/2011 Wendy wrote (on another thread):
>I do think it's laughable if anyone's deluding themselves that he'll* be back nice as pie next week.
(*refering to ODH)

If he enjoys Chockstone, then it becomes a thing which matters to him.
Give him some credit for being able to appreciate the loss of something that matters to him, i.e. it is no doubt easier for Mods to 'disbale' (thanks Hex), accounts, than it is for 'offenders' to constantly recreate them.

I also gather from times-past-posts that Mods have other tools at their disposal for tracking ID's, so if things like IP addresses are followed for serial offenders, then changing user ID's with new accounts would become meaningless.

In short, I don't think being a sh!tstirrer necessarily = being a recalcitrant!

Eduardo Slabofvic
19/12/2011
10:35:21 PM
On 19/12/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
> then changing user ID's with new accounts would become
>meaningless.
>
Unless you down load an IP address masking app.
Godless
19/12/2011
11:10:32 PM
I never believed in Dalai, and I'm not going to start now.

rodw
20/12/2011
8:38:11 AM
On 19/12/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:

>Give him some credit for being able to appreciate the loss of something
>that matters to him, i.e. it is no doubt easier for Mods to 'disbale' (thanks
>Hex), accounts, than it is for 'offenders' to constantly recreate them.

Sounds like the Internets version of a bolt war...and no one wins those.
mthrfckr
20/12/2011
9:45:25 AM
>
>Sounds like the Internets version of a bolt war...and no one wins those.

I don't know, I reckon the bolters have been winning. But then the Right Wing usually does.
cogsy
20/12/2011
1:41:41 PM
On 20/12/2011 mthrfckr wrote:

>I don't know, I reckon the bolters have been winning. But then the Right
>Wing usually does.

Just thought I'd put it out that I'm a proud socialist bolter! On that issue most of the bolters I know are well left of centre!
Struggling to think of a diehard traddie whose political viewpoint I know....Phil Box? I think he's a little to the right of Fred Nile isn't he?
Olbert
20/12/2011
2:49:25 PM
On 20/12/2011 cogsy wrote:
>On 20/12/2011 mthrfckr wrote:
>
>>I don't know, I reckon the bolters have been winning. But then the Right
>>Wing usually does.
>
>Just thought I'd put it out that I'm a proud socialist bolter! On that
>issue most of the bolters I know are well left of centre!
>Struggling to think of a diehard traddie whose political viewpoint I know....Phil
>Box? I think he's a little to the right of Fred Nile isn't he?

I thought Fred Nile was to the right of Ghengis Khan...I wasnt sure there was a further right than that
lisaw
20/12/2011
3:22:24 PM
Thought we were talking about this http://blogs.news.com.au/heraldsun/andrewbolt/
cogsy
20/12/2011
4:34:42 PM
Ps... my comment was meant to be humorous... I am sure Phil is proud to be a "right winger", though "more right wing than Fred Nile" was probably a little exaggeration. Andrew Bolt's gigantic ego has filled the entire space to the right of Fred Nile allready.
dmnz
28/12/2011
4:45:08 PM
climbers on the whole are rowdier at least on forums than most other outdoor folk i know

walkers tend to be more laid back and skiers too
widewetandslippery
28/12/2011
6:31:05 PM
On 20/12/2011 Olbert wrote:
>On 20/12/2011 cogsy wrote:
>>On 20/12/2011 mthrfckr wrote:
>>
>>>I don't know, I reckon the bolters have been winning. But then the Right
>>>Wing usually does.
>>
>>Just thought I'd put it out that I'm a proud socialist bolter! On that
>>issue most of the bolters I know are well left of centre!
>>Struggling to think of a diehard traddie whose political viewpoint I
>know....Phil
>>Box? I think he's a little to the right of Fred Nile isn't he?
>
>I thought Fred Nile was to the right of Ghengis Khan...I wasnt sure there
>was a further right than that.

Ghengis was for the people
widewetandslippery
28/12/2011
6:52:39 PM
Speaking of which vale Dear Leader who did all he could to protect his people from the capitalist terrorists from the south.
retro
1/01/2012
12:46:35 AM
Yeah, but what did the Dear Leader do on grit. More of a Dear Top-roper from what I hear.

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