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Punitive Moderation V & VI

pete-classic (75983) writes | more than 4 years ago

User Journal 1

Two more occasions where some voiceless coward had modded down my three most recent posts, several days after each was posted.

Can anyone imagine a reason to do this other than to try (in vain) to take away my +1 posting bonus?

Whoever you are, why not try talking to me rather than failing to silence me? Come on. Man up. Give voice to your frustrations!

-Peter

Two more occasions where some voiceless coward had modded down my three most recent posts, several days after each was posted.

Can anyone imagine a reason to do this other than to try (in vain) to take away my +1 posting bonus?

Whoever you are, why not try talking to me rather than failing to silence me? Come on. Man up. Give voice to your frustrations!

-Peter

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They get me, two. (1)

Philip K Dickhead (906971) | more than 4 years ago | (#29732885)

Thread is dead for a day or two - then the -1's roll in. Usually after I provide linked evidence of Israeli or US war crimes.

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