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Gaz37

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I've picked up references in various threads regarding people leaving/ banned from the forum.

What happened?

Did another cable or power supply thread turn violent?
 

shadders

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Gaz37 said:
I've picked up references in various threads regarding people leaving/ banned from the forum.

What happened?

Did another cable or power supply thread turn violent?
Hi,

Someone has been banned for bad behaviour. Swearing and derision.

People may be keeping away due to the rudeness, not sure why, as it was obvious that the person being rude would be banned, so it was just a waiting game.

Regards,

Shadders.
 

Blacksabbath25

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Just some kid getting bored on his mummy computer

coming on here and thought it was a good idea to be rude and swear on every thread

it was out of order and he got banned
 

Al ears

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bluedroog said:
Always amazes me how many people manage to get themselves banned from Hi-Fi forums.
It doesn't amaze me these days. The number of individuals that think they can come on to a forum simply to abuse and disrupt with impunity seems to be on the up. Enforcement of 'house-rules' is often reqiuired in these unfortunate situations.

It would appear some people simply have little to offer and too much time on their hands.
 

NSA_watch_my_toilet

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Gaz37 said:
I've picked up references in various threads regarding people leaving/ banned from the forum.

What happened?

Did another cable or power supply thread turn violent?
I don't know. Was absent for a long period due to long holiday. As I left the forum, I remember that some peoples where ganging up against some that didnt share their point of view about sounding cables or cd player that sounds, ect..
In France it's a common thing to ban peoples that don't share those views. They are bad for business.
 

davedotco

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NSA_watch_my_toilet said:
Gaz37 said:
I've picked up references in various threads regarding people leaving/ banned from the forum.

What happened?

Did another cable or power supply thread turn violent?
I don't know. Was absent for a long period due to long holiday. As I left the forum, I remember that some peoples where ganging up against some that didnt share their point of view about sounding cables or cd player that sounds, ect..In France it's a common thing to ban peoples that don't share those views. They are bad for business.
It is called 'no platforming'.

It is a tactic used by the left to avoid opinions that they do not agree with. This is particularly important when these opinions are backed up by facts.

Leftards use this tactic to prevent their ridiculous ideas being destroyed by factual debate, this causes 'cognitive dissonance', where their ingrained views clash with actual reality, hence the need for a 'safe space'.
 

chebby

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davedotco said:
NSA_watch_my_toilet said:
Gaz37 said:
I've picked up references in various threads regarding people leaving/ banned from the forum.

What happened?

Did another cable or power supply thread turn violent?
I don't know. Was absent for a long period due to long holiday. As I left the forum, I remember that some peoples where ganging up against some that didnt share their point of view about sounding cables or cd player that sounds, ect..In France it's a common thing to ban peoples that don't share those views. They are bad for business.
It is called 'no platforming'.

It is a tactic used by the left to avoid opinions that they do not agree with. This is particularly important when these opinions are backed up by facts.

Leftards use this tactic to prevent their ridiculous ideas being destroyed by factual debate, this causes 'cognitive dissonance', where their ingrained views clash with actual reality, hence the need for a 'safe space'.
No. Nothing so complicated.

This was just some sweary bloke who - apart from the usual 4-letter culprits - started calling people the four letter word that was used (by skinheads and similar types) back in the 1960 and 1970s against Down syndrome sufferers.

I'd not heard (or read ) it being used for decades - and hardly ever from an adult - but 'sweary bloke' obviously still had it in his dubious repertoire.
 

davedotco

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chebby said:
davedotco said:
NSA_watch_my_toilet said:
Gaz37 said:
I've picked up references in various threads regarding people leaving/ banned from the forum.

What happened?

Did another cable or power supply thread turn violent?
I don't know. Was absent for a long period due to long holiday. As I left the forum, I remember that some peoples where ganging up against some that didnt share their point of view about sounding cables or cd player that sounds, ect..In France it's a common thing to ban peoples that don't share those views. They are bad for business.
It is called 'no platforming'.

It is a tactic used by the left to avoid opinions that they do not agree with. This is particularly important when these opinions are backed up by facts.

Leftards use this tactic to prevent their ridiculous ideas being destroyed by factual debate, this causes 'cognitive dissonance', where their ingrained views clash with actual reality, hence the need for a 'safe space'.
No. Nothing so complicated.

This was just some sweary bloke who - apart from the usual 4-letter culprits - started calling people the four letter word that was used (by skinheads and similar types) back in the 1960 and 1970s against Down syndrome sufferers.

I'd not heard (or read ) it being used for decades - and hardly ever from an adult - but 'sweary bloke' obviously still had it in his dubious repertoire.
I am very much for free speach, but that is simply disgraceful. In general terms I have no issue if 'adults' want to engage in a bit of name calling or industrial language, but that sort of language on an open forum...*unknw*

Good riddance.
 

Al ears

Moderator
davedotco said:
chebby said:
davedotco said:
NSA_watch_my_toilet said:
Gaz37 said:
I've picked up references in various threads regarding people leaving/ banned from the forum.

What happened?

Did another cable or power supply thread turn violent?
I don't know. Was absent for a long period due to long holiday. As I left the forum, I remember that some peoples where ganging up against some that didnt share their point of view about sounding cables or cd player that sounds, ect..In France it's a common thing to ban peoples that don't share those views. They are bad for business.
It is called 'no platforming'.

It is a tactic used by the left to avoid opinions that they do not agree with. This is particularly important when these opinions are backed up by facts.

Leftards use this tactic to prevent their ridiculous ideas being destroyed by factual debate, this causes 'cognitive dissonance', where their ingrained views clash with actual reality, hence the need for a 'safe space'.
No. Nothing so complicated.

This was just some sweary bloke who - apart from the usual 4-letter culprits - started calling people the four letter word that was used (by skinheads and similar types) back in the 1960 and 1970s against Down syndrome sufferers.

I'd not heard (or read ) it being used for decades - and hardly ever from an adult - but 'sweary bloke' obviously still had it in his dubious repertoire.
I am very much for free speach, but that is simply disgraceful. In general terms I have no issue if 'adults' want to engage in a bit of name calling or industrial language, but that sort of language on an open forum...*unknw*

Good riddance.
i, for one, can only concur.
 

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