I've allowed a lot of forum discussion that really should not be discussed in this General Talk forum. I know the world is in very troubling times right now and many people have the need to discuss the issues. I let a lot slide as long as it isn't causing arguments, name callings, etc. It's so easy for a user to say what is ok and what is not. However, if you are moderating many forums, even some you don't know the language, it gets more than eye stress. Placing all capital letters is a HUGE no. Placing excessive symbols, excessive emoticons, all of that is another big no. I don't plan to be moderating these forums next year. It's actually a lot of work and very time consuming and I do NOT get paid for it. You may want to read each of these forums rules again and carefully, if you have not.
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