We kind of made it clear early on that we as a community wanted a bit of a voice in the process.
Just a gentler hand, a little more tolerance of our communities quirks, faults, short comings as well as strengths. Personalities is what this place is about, as well as motorcycles.
Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in the gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat."
of all the bans yours pissed me off the most. (no offense Jami) I was gunna put a yella ribbon thread out for ya, but I was lazy and had a t&t instead.
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I wonder if maybe the vocal few of you could show enough class to stop kicking a man when he's down? Ben did what he did with nothing but good intentions. It didn't work. Let it be.
1. I actually encouraged him to take his lumps, chalk up the experience and continue on as a moderator. He Didn't...
2. He volunteered for the moderator job which by way doesn't typically involve, restructuring the forums as he did and the end result is a fvcked up forum that makes the dissemination of information much harder than it should be.
3. The bottom line here is he came in, fvcked everything around, realized the job was harder than he thought and fvcked back off leaving all the damage unrepaired. The very least he could have done is stick around to continue the moderation job as this forum does need it, but as I said before the hardest part of being a moderator is moderating yourself. Just because you have the ability to do something, doesn't mean it needs to be done...
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