id bet anything that this mod person is one of the everyday posters in here....and i dont mean an employee of this site...
I agree.. I email Johnny constantly about certain trouble maker posters and nothing gets done.. It's getting frustrating.. Then certain guys are singled out and given bans
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The BS is over, pregame has become a better place..
Just my observation/opinion, but wouldn't we all be far better served by paying more attention to our own business and less to others'?
This Madman Producer ban is very disturbing to me. We're talking about one of the best, most knowlegeable posters on this site and he's banned?? I can certainly understand banning the troublemakers but MMP is one of the good guys. Pregame is a worse place without him here......Just my two cents.
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These comments are unbelievable do you really think pregame and the mods just ban people for no reason. Sorry Gmoney but if you only knew
OK, KWC.....I'm pleading ignorance here. I honestly don't know and don't understand. It literally doesn't make sense to me. I think pregame is a great place with a ton of smart guys (including yourself) who provide useful information. I don't really get involved with the "drama" side of things so I guess I'm blissfully unaware of what goes on. I just like MMP's opinions and the fact that he's suspended for a month during the NBA playoffs is a loss for the whole community....
then go to his twitter, g.....madmanpro210......
Mod please define "obvious references"!
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Obvious references means the reference is obvious to a mod.
All broken rules are not equal - and when deciding on punishment the overall contribution of the poster is considered. But, when the rule is clear and the punishment is defined, there can be no flex.
Madman Producer decided that harassing a poster he didn't like was more important than contributing to the community - even though he was told exactly what would happen if he did that (one month ban). His ban was his choice.
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