Ok, is this harrassment or just completely normal

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  1. beezel26 Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    May 11, 2003
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    http://boards.theforce.net/your_jedi_council_community/b10008/31823303/p1/?54



    Why not say Shut Up, or is not polite.

    Sorry but is it completely normal for a former administrator to attack a user and tell him to shut up instead of commenting on his words?


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    I am sorry but any former moderator or administrator that can't follow the same rules they themselves banned others for shouldn't have colors or any special treatment for that matter. He wasn't even conversing with me or others before he told me to shut up. He apparently only likes those who share his opinion. What went wrong with a former senate moderator who can't appreciate a different opinion? What happened to respect for all users. I thought we were all equal or is it only some users are more equal then others.

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  2. block Jedi Grand Master

    Member Since:
    Dec 10, 2004
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    I think it's completely normal to feel the urge to tell you to be quiet. At least he said it nicely.

    Furthermore, as brought to light by my good friend, Master_Jacen:

    8. Do not attempt to correct a poster as if you were a Moderator. Being helpful is fine and community is encouraged, but if you have a problem with a post, contact a Moderator via PM rather than attempting to "fix" the situation yourself.
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