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As someone who never posts over here and just happened on this here are my observations...
1.) It is absolutely hilarious that they let a Miss St fan be a mod. It is equally hilarious to me that State fans would spend money to read about recruits they will get to go toward a 7-5 season but that's another story. That is one program, school, and group of fans I can't help but laugh at. I'm shocked any of their fans can afford a computer, are smart enough to turn it on, can actually find a pay site for their terrible program, afford to join it, use the message boards, and actually be made a mod. I guess they are coming up in the world.
2.) It sounds like the MSU fan is not the only mod that abuses power. The banning should come from the board. Don't like someone? Ignore them. Don't go whining to get them banned. That is childish.
3.) Trolling is against the rules? That is r-worded. No wonder you've got a bunch of power hungry clowns banning people right and left. If there was no trolling on the internet half the stuff that entertains you would be gone.
4.) To avoid the abuse of power there should be a paid employee of 247 that reviews all decisions to ban or delete.
5.) LOL at the level of butthurt and whine in this thread.
This post was edited by UA_Tide 15 months ago
Sounds fairly NON-Biased
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In my defense I'm married to a State grad.
As long as she's hot
She was born here in Birmingham. Want to marry a pretty native Mississippian you have to marry an Ole Miss grad.
Maybe so... don't really know, and care even less.
But my educated guess would be that the more that people are posting and discussing the issue the better off. The purpose of a message board is to generate traffic so you can bring more ad $$$.
I'm sure there is a fine line between "creating controversy" in order to create more traffic and "creating controversy" to piss people off enough to leave.
You win some, you lose some.
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