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  • #1772692

    I have been pondering/asking this question for years as it seems to come up many times while modding. The latest example that got me thinking, though not as harsh and conspiratorial as some, is the following:

    Seems to me he [the mod on duty] just doesn’t want the topic to turn into a real discussion.

    So my question is, if you tend to do this, is this a personality thing? Is it a product of talking with people you don’t know much about? Is it perhaps connected to being over confident in your own opinions? Do you do this in real life as well?

    Thanks, I appreciate the insight.

    #1772721

    29,

    נשים Χ“Χ’Χͺן Χ§ΧœΧ•Χͺ

    😜

    #1772733

    Thanks for that insight!
    πŸ˜†

    Seriously tho, I can’t say it’s only been men, since i don’t really know who anyone actually is, but it’s probably 10:1 male to female posters (as they present themselves to be). Are you thinking that is relevant?

    #1772735

    I believe, in my case that MODS have their own reasons besides the official policy to cut off a thread. Not a conspiracy, but personal reasons may come into play. My bigger question for MODS is why they sometimes allow inane idiotic opening posts at all.

    #1772739

    Are you referring to this one? 🀨

    #1772801

    No, not this one but there are a few other current threads that I believe fall into the category.

    #1772813

    philosopher
    Participant

    Mod-29 did you just jump to a conclusion? πŸ˜‰
    I was thinking he meant a different inane opening post.

    #1772812

    CTLAWYER
    Participant

    Jumping to conclusions is the only exercise many CR readers get

    #1772873

    2scents
    Participant

    Just curious, why were any of the vaccine threads closed?

    #1772878

    They were making people sick!!!

    sorry, couldn’t resist

    #1772880

    I think 25 closed one while another was being used. I can check.

    #1772926

    Ctlawyer,

    Thanks for the laugh

    πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

    #1773097

    CTLAWYER
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    @coffee Addict
    After Tisha B’Av we are entitled to levity and joy.
    I closed the office for the day.
    My family is all here at the compound. 85 degrees, sunny. The swimming pool is refreshing.
    Just grilled a load of rib steaks, asparagus and native sweet corn for supper.
    Tonight’s entertainment was a sons/nephews vs. sons-in law/nieces’ husbands basketball game. Aftler Maariv we shall set off legal fireworks.

    Who needs to fight traffic to the Catskills or pay through the nose for camp. All the under 18 grandchildren, nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews have been here since school ended in June. The single 18-23 year olds will be here for bein hazmanim or until college/grad school starts. Mrs. CTL and my siblings are also here to enjoy and supervise. No worries about predators in camp counselor clothing. If at all possible family supervision is best, be it leisure, learning or business.

    #1773159

    Lightbrite
    Participant

    Is anyone else waiting for Little Froggie to hop in here and talk about jumping?

    #1773161

    Lightbrite
    Participant

    Excuse me lowerourtuition11210, who are you to judge the worth of some posts?

    Torah talk finds itself in interesting places.

    #1773190

    just a CR contributor with an opinion. Some posts may lead to torah talk, some though do not merit responses. Those are the inane idiotic posts I am referring to.

    #1773198

    I can’t say I disagree. I think it’s a freedom of speech thing.

    #1773389

    Little Froggie
    Participant

    LB: Jump jump. (now I’m closer to my conclusion)

    #1773402

    2scents
    Participant

    So 29 is the funny mod of the bunch.

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