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01-19-2014 08:23 PM
vtsailguy
Re: Signatures

Quote:
Originally Posted by jerryrlitton View Post
I see where you all are trying to do the right thing even though it is an attempt at being politically correct.
Dude, chill out.

This is nothing to do with PC, its to do with having pointless flame wars in otherwise useful discussion.

Otherwise I'd have to point out what a moronic sig you have, and then we could never have a reasonable conversation......
01-19-2014 02:46 PM
hellosailor
Re: Signatures

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Originally Posted by smackdaddy View Post
Ausp - have you noticed that the PRWG threads are now gone from sight?
I hadn't noticed until you mentioned this. All the Puerto Rican Wiccan Gay threads are gone!

Doesn't that violate a whole mess of anti-discrimination laws?
01-19-2014 09:42 AM
JoeLena
Re: Signatures

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Originally Posted by DRFerron View Post
Have you lost your fuzzy ass mind?

John, by the way, thinks this dragon vs. wombat interchange is cute. I may just turn Lysistrata on him if he doesn't shape up and take my side regardless.
Hmmm...dragons vs. wombats:

01-19-2014 03:04 AM
desert rat
Re: Signatures

Sailors are in general inapropriatly frank. If you don't like frank tel him so and he will tell you where to go.
11-03-2013 10:24 AM
Minnewaska
Re: Signatures

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Originally Posted by PBzeer View Post
I'm curious bl. What happened to your post that quoted my post #43?
Must have been deleted by the mods so that SVAusp wouldn't have a good example.
11-02-2013 06:49 PM
PBzeer
Re: Signatures

I'm curious bl. What happened to your post that quoted my post #43?
11-02-2013 06:20 PM
smackdaddy
Re: Signatures

Ausp - have you noticed that the PRWG threads are now gone from sight? You have to request a password or something to get into them. So I'm not sure I see how a completely hidden political section is bad for SN. Those guys like it. Let 'em keep it. No biggie.

I do agree with you, though, that sometimes those dudes bring their animosity out into the sailing threads...and if you didn't know the history you'd wonder what the hell they were so uptight about.
11-02-2013 06:14 PM
bljones
Re: Signatures

So, in short, you have no example at hand of OT "bile" spilling over into the rest of the site, and no apology is forthcoming. Got it.
11-02-2013 05:52 PM
SVAuspicious
Re: Signatures

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Originally Posted by bljones View Post
SVA, could you please show me examples to back up the assertions you make in this post?
No. First because I have better things to do and second because I would be responding to baiting.

Quote:
Originally Posted by bljones View Post
I post in off-topic. I post in off-topic a lot. Because I post in off-topic, I must be one of those you paint with your broad brush as "uncivil" and "full of flat-out bile."
Where you post is your business. I've had, in appropriate times and places, very civil discussions about politics. Participation in SailNet OT is not defacto proof to me of a lack of civility. I'm not the arbiter of civility anyway.

I don't know anything about you. Until you said so in this thread I didn't know you were a participant in OT. I do recall that you make interesting and substantive contributions to sailing threads. I observe that sometimes you are a party to the occasional emotional (I think) interchange well within the range of the socially acceptable. Sometimes I disagree with you on technical issues but that isn't relevant at all. That's all I think I know. You aren't on my ignore list. *grin*

I've used 'uncivil' but not 'full of flat-out bile' to my recollection, certainly not recently. I have probably used the word 'bile' for which I apologized when it was pointed out to me that what I intended as a global description was taken as personal.

Quote:
Originally Posted by bljones View Post
I find that characterization to be insulting and demeaning.
There is no characterization. I did not make any comment about everyone who participates in OT. What I said is that there is an apparent (because I have better things to do than keep score) correlation between OT and a lack of civility in the sailing threads. Some of the people that make the most significant contributions to the sailing threads were starting to drift away. The moderators have made their own assessment and have taken some steps.

If you think I'm the only person complaining you should ask the moderators. Some people don't complain; they just fade away. How is that good for SailNet?

Quote:
Originally Posted by bljones View Post
Note that the person in this conversation who is throwing around insults is the guy who deplores uncivil behaviour and wants it kept out of the sailing forums.
I'm working hard to avoid insults. When there is a sociological problem it can be challenging to address the issues without backlash. So be it. OT is not good for SailNet. Those political et al discussions can happen in other venues and SailNet will be better off for it.

You feel differently. You have every bit as much right to your opinion as I have to mine. Neither of us is in a decision-making position on SailNet. Attacking me personally for my opinion that OT at large isn't good for SailNet doesn't make a good case for OT.
11-02-2013 12:25 PM
blt2ski
Re: Signatures

Hmmmmmm,

this is looking more and more like it should be a true ignore thread! the political pundits with both sides of the argument have shown up out side the political spectrum of the forum! Oh, and some are even arguing out of BOTH sides of there mouths.....hmmmmmm.......
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