ATTN: trading moderators: anyone home ??

Discussion in 'Feedback' started by B. Rowshan, Jan 15, 2009.

What's with the moderating in the trading section?

  1. It sucks--nothing new

    14 vote(s)
  2. it's fair

    15 vote(s)
  1. Please let us know if the new moderating policy is to let any and all idiots run wild sliming others threads.

    Because, if it is, I know some of us would be very interested.
  2. If you mean your thread on the S+P, I was asked by Joe not to moderate your threads because YOU complained about ME doing so in the past (and Joe was tired of hearing it so he asked me to hold off on your threads).

    So I avoid your threads altogether. I find it ironic you're looking for me to help moderate now.

    And this should go into the feedback section, but as I've said, I gave my word to not moderate any of your threads.

    Poetic justice, in my opinion.
  3. Owned.
  4. Surdo


    Owned indeed putz!
  5. Don't see where I wrote your name. But if you consider yourself the leader of the moderators, and thus can speak on all moderators behalf, well i'm not surprised. I had you pegged from the beginning as having a napoleonic complex little man.

    Am i complaining? Hardly. I'm sure you wish to believe that. I just wanted to know that if ET now allows idiots like rover to slime legitimate threads with repetitive posts, i'm sure there are many other trolls chomping at the bit to wreck more threads.

    ivan the small you make me laugh.

  6. Agreed!
  7. It's just like letting people post threads in the trading forum that have nothing to with trading and everything to do with grandstanding robo-calling.

    What's good for the goose is good for the gander, right Rowschwanz?
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  9. There's me and Chaos moderating here. staffpro hasn't been seen in years.

    As for Chaos, he rarely intercedes. But be my guest in appealing to him.

    As for the rest of the "trading" forum (outside threads you start), it will continue to be moderated to prevent what is going on in your thread. Consider your threads the "chit chat" subforum of the Trading forum, where anything goes!
    #10     Jan 15, 2009