I tried taking this up with Bria directly, but I?m not getting my questions answered to my satisfaction. Therefore I?m going to the next step. I am all for taking problems with mods to mods, but really, if the mod is horribly biased and won?t listen to reason, what am I to do? So, in the last couple of months, I started a series of threads, regarding unknown facts about another JC user. The user himself enjoys these, and had he ever expressed otherwise I would have ceased immediately. Each of these threads lasts for a few hours, gets around 50 posts posts, and then dies. I enjoy making them, they cause no trouble, and I?ve even made a few friends due to them. Note: I asked Bria?s permission to post her PMs, but she refused. So, I log on this morning, and get a PM from Bria, telling me to cease and desist, with no reason given. She asked me to simply add on to the last new one. I was a little surprised, considering the threads have been motoring along quite nicely. So I replied: ?What's the difference between new ones and upping a previous one?? Bria was not online at the time, so while I waited, I made [link=http://boards.theforce.net/Your_Jedi_Council_Community/b10008/15364403/?68]this[/link] thread, in order to gauge user feelings toward the threads themselves, and the issue of each one getting a new thread. There were a few negatives, but I?m almost certain any thread would garner some of that. Over all though, it was surprisingly positive, even from posters who have expressed dislike for the threads in the past. I even had an admin post, and suggest I expand to include more than one user in my fact threads. (Surely that can?t be the only issue?) Meanwhile, having seen the thread, a few users PMed me, and asked what was up. While I told them about Bria?s PM, I didn?t mention this in public, wanting unbiased feedback in the thread I created. Eventually, Bria does get online and responds to my post. She suggested that multiple threads are not needed, and that it?s only necessary when previous threads have received many, many replies. How many the cut off is, I cannot say. She then made incorrect assumptions regarding my intent for making the threads. I replied: ?That's a load of crap and a double standard. Do you close Short Rounds threads that are basically pointless little rants? Nope. If I said each of these things was about me and not B and didn?t have similar titles, there wouldn't be a problem. I started a thread, without mention of any PM, to see what other users thought. Most ppl enjoy them, and like that they're all separate. You are over managing. Why have you started such a thing? You need to explain why it was allowed, if it's spam. Explain why nonsense like shortys is not spam, and explain why one a day that disappears after a few hours is so much more trouble than a thread that has thousands of posts. You really need to stop micro managing things that are fine left alone. These threads cause no trouble. They're enjoyable. Just because they don?t fit your personal taste, doesn't make them bad. Really, mod with common sense.? To which Bria suggested that any other user would have stopped making new threads. I do resent the implication. She then said this was the opinion of all the YJCC mods, and effectively closed communications. So, I am left with the following questions: 1. Why has it not been a problem from 1-36 (without 9 of course) 2. Why is a new thread each day different from one long thread (they do not clog up the front page?if they did, I could understand) 3. If this was decided by all the YJCC mods, and a thread regarding the issue shows a majority of regular users being positive, why are the YJCC mods so out of touch? 4. Can discussion of mod decisions actually result in any change, or is the suggesting that it can merely blowing smoke? 5. there are very similar things in teh YJCC, the difference being they don't have similar titles? Can this really be that purile? More questions may arise, but for now that?s it.