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Troll moderations

southpolesammy (150094) writes | more than 11 years ago

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Anyone else notice that there has been a noted increase in spurious Troll moderations lately? I've had two relevant posts moderated as trolls in the past couple weeks, even after having been originally moderated as insightful or interesting.

I have no need for karma whoring anymore, just trying to express my views, but this recent rash of troll moderations w/o any real clue as to why has got to end.

Anyone else notice that there has been a noted increase in spurious Troll moderations lately? I've had two relevant posts moderated as trolls in the past couple weeks, even after having been originally moderated as insightful or interesting.

I have no need for karma whoring anymore, just trying to express my views, but this recent rash of troll moderations w/o any real clue as to why has got to end.

Please meta-moderate, find these bad troll moderations, and meta-moderate their privs off this site. That's the only way that it'll help.

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