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Offline thaiga

Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #30 on: August 28, 2018, 01:16:42 PM »
Quite simple if you don't like this forum stay away, why punish youself,  your banging on the same drum as always d/id s which if i'm correct is not breaking the forum rules, for how many years roger, your banging the drum that you can't beat. you say Thaiga could pull his hair out not getting a response to posts, then you are a member, if you can see that why don't you participate and respond.

thanks for the compliments on my clips posted, you could always press the thanks button, that way i would know whether to carry on with the thread or not, or are you worried the people you stand shoulder to shoulder with might see, the very people that used d/id s on here, that also threw bad insults along with yourself directed at me. you know who i mean, these people are they not man enough to say the simple words sorry. i messed up.

as for jivvy i respect his age and not everyone can produce content, at least he reaches for the thanks button at times. to sum it all up, what makes me work so hard on here, apart from the people that do appreciate this forum, the Thaiga haters, the more you bang on that drum, the more effort i will put into this forum. now i suggest you do the same on the forum of your choice.

PS: just noticed roger you posted. Politeness and good manners are to be valued in life I believe
shall i get together the insults and post them in this very thread, which was one of the reasons i was given the moderator job, to protect myself from the silly posts. as jivvy said  this is an adult society not a Kindergarten

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Online Roger

Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #31 on: August 28, 2018, 01:43:28 PM »
What a lot of fuss Thaiga . . .

''are you worried the people you stand shoulder to shoulder with might see'' . . . . . UUuum NO !  ;D
And actually I don't know who you mean. No conspiracy here - just me.

Maybe before I protested at what was going on - that's all.

''the Thaiga haters'' - I've seen some of your Guys on here have a real go at you (inhouse) but otherwise, I don't hate you. Why would I ? I don't agree with you. That's quite different. At least you put a lot into KF and I respect that Thaiga.

Anyway, enough of this. Nice day to you.
 

Offline Johnnie F.

Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #32 on: August 28, 2018, 02:07:04 PM »
your banging on the same drum as always d/id s which if i'm correct is not breaking the forum rules, for how many years roger, your banging the drum that you can't beat.

As I said before already: from the very beginning of this forum double IDs were and still are not against forum rules; all consented, even those posting under their known nicks somewhere else now - and most likely under aliases still here. Be realistic, Roger, there might be some real identities far more different than you suspect!  ;)

Abuse on the other hand is not allowed, but for that you don't need another nick. The Karma button can be used to warn of continued abuse. If things get too far, abuse should be reported to moderator or administrator. Only those have authority, experience and ability to decide, whether there has been abuse and take action or not; action like putting a member on moderation row to check his posts for gross insults before publication, since we don't ban at all, rather attempt to work out conflicts than suppressing them. The perpetual nagging, in posts on the open forum alleging abuse, in my eyes is not constructive behavior as a forum member.  ::)

How goes that proverbial idiom: "The pot calling the kettle black"? ;)

 :cheers
 
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Offline thaiga

Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #33 on: August 28, 2018, 06:53:32 PM »
The pot calling the kettle black - not black just off colour

I thank you for your kind words roger, i do me best, i don't hold any bad feelings against you roger or any one else, as for insults they are with the problem of the giver.
I had this funny thought of roger still battling out with what he thinks is right, in 10 years time  :cussing lets hope that comes true

Good luck   :cheers  Thaiga

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Online Roger

Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #34 on: August 28, 2018, 09:55:14 PM »
Hi Thaiga.

The point being that the multi I/D is not needed at all. Your work is good to read.

10 years - swop that for never  ()

Good luck to you too.  :cheers
 

Nuko

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Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #35 on: August 28, 2018, 10:45:17 PM »
I have a favor to ask from you, Roger! Will you please shut up and give it a rest speaking in others names? Multiple nicks are very often good to demonstrate different viewpoints. Why don't you just leave it to the poster, what nick he uses for what post content?

People with sufficient intellect don't care at all, who gave an information or made a comment; what has been informed of or commented about is of importance only. :-[
 

Offline Johnnie F.

Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #36 on: August 28, 2018, 11:01:31 PM »
I agree! If at least he could give a new reason not heard of before at every repetition. ;)
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Online Roger

Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #37 on: August 29, 2018, 10:00:31 AM »
Well Gentlemen,

(...) Severe insults removed by admin before publication

Thaiga - keep up the good work (but I'm off and don't need this anymore). ATB
 
 
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Offline Johnnie F.

Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #38 on: August 29, 2018, 11:19:14 AM »
Deciding to go his own way and leave us ours was a good move by Roger. I hope, he is happy now!

But I wonder a little, why he needed this in the first place. What does he mean, this forum or his repeated over and over again and consequently refuted "criticism" of our long approved policy of freely choosing nicks instead of a clear name requirement.
 :uhm
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Kru Kannika

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Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #39 on: August 29, 2018, 12:34:08 PM »
Don't be so bloody pedantic, this is an adult society not a Kindergarten.

Hello, I am a Thai teaching English at a high school in Korat. One of our aims is to get our students practicing English with foreigners in Korat.
For that we also do recommend reading the farang forums of Korat. I think it a good idea to keep a high standard with polite and to the point contributions instead of just silly fighting and questionable "jokes". Please don’t forget, that quite a number of your readers are young people wanting to learn from you. Please show some responsibility! Thank you! Kru Kannika
 

Offline Johnnie F.

Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #40 on: August 29, 2018, 01:00:55 PM »
Thanks for the alert, Miss Kannika! :)
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Offline thaiga

Re: Forum ethics
« Reply #41 on: August 29, 2018, 01:26:24 PM »
Thanks for your input Kru Kannika, yes you are right, rude insults, really no need. When bad words are said it's the one speaking them that hurts the most.

See how easy it is to post, as shown from our welcome guest. just use the reply button

whether you use your real name or a nik. whats the difference, let me explain what i think about people on forums. if you had a fall out with your partner, had to sell your house, money is finished. a well know character on a forum will not advertise his bad luck or maybe foolishness of his actions to a bunch of guys on that forum that know him well. he wants to give the impression he's got it all together. So we don't get his story which could help others. but by using a nik that he is not known by he can feel free to post what happened the real truth, which might in turn warn others not to do the same. which also makes the forum real interesting, as to what is happening in real life.
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 

 



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