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maker of viagra : Now that is covering all the bases.

maker of vigrx : When you are on a ban, you can't. You have to wait until the ban has expired.

maker of voltaren : How do you suggest emergencies in the short-term be dealt with under an unpredictable or long-term ban as an example?

maker of vytorin : How about, don't post stupid shit that can get you into trouble?

If the need to edit bluelight posts can be classified as an "emergency" situation, udoinitwrong man.

maker of wellbutrin : Well thats probably a matter of opinion though supplemental to my inquiry.

I browsed some of your community's topic choice and there seems to be a fair variety of social content mixing with law. Throw in ip adress or a noisy roomate, well my question still remains unanswered.

maker of wellbutrin xl : when you are banned, you don't have access to bluelight. that's the point of a ban.

we use an incremental discipline system where infractions get you points and points trip automatic temporary bans of increasing length: Bans and the Infraction System

unless you are a determined trouble-maker, or somebody who can't follow simple guidelines, you should not have to worry about being banned.

alasdair

maker of xopenex : That sounds sort of a stock answer. Might be an automated message. If I were to post in passing, accidentally, under duress, or while hacked into a thread that has content I do not want to see, how can I go back and edit it later.

Also, what if it makes me uncomfortable to justify wanting to go back through that said website when contacting an administrator?

Again, just covering all bases. Looks great around here.

maker of yellow metoprolol tablets : We got a live one here! I have a question too, can you get banned before you join?

maker of zocar and fosamax : Lol. Please let the staff member time to respond.

maker of zocor : i won't move this so you can respond here.

maker of zofran : Originally Posted by alasdairm when you are banned, you don't have access to bluelight. that's the point of a ban.

we use an incremental discipline system where infractions get you points and points trip automatic temporary bans of increasing length: Bans and the Infraction System

unless you are a determined trouble-maker, or somebody who can't follow simple guidelines, you should not have to worry about being banned.

alasdair Originally Posted by -IMPORTANT_ That sounds sort of a stock answer. Might be an automated message. If I were to post in passing, accidentally, under duress, or while hacked into a thread that has content I do not want to see, how can I go back and edit it later.

Also, what if it makes me uncomfortable to justify wanting to go back through that said website when contacting an administrator?

Again, just covering all bases. Looks great around here. Was not an automated answer - it was 100% correct. You are responsible for your account - under duress or when high or in passing, if your account was 'hacked' then its in your benefit to have the account suspended to save your reputation/account being used against your will.

Your know your account is banned (so you have logged on using the correct password) IF your account was hacked you would receive the message 'incorrect password'.

I know that I have made some cringe worthy posts on here when not thinking straight - you accept that fact and apologize the following day.

Bear

maker of zyprexa : ^ yep. Originally Posted by -IMPORTANT_ That sounds sort of a stock answer. Might be an automated message. maybe. maybe i'm a robot.
Originally Posted by -IMPORTANT_ If I were to post in passing, accidentally, under duress, or while hacked into a thread that has content I do not want to see, how can I go back and edit it later. if you are banned, you can't.
Originally Posted by -IMPORTANT_ Also, what if it makes me uncomfortable to justify wanting to go back through that said website when contacting an administrator? i don't even know what that means but, if something on bluelight (which breaks no rules) makes you uncomfortable you could find a way to to deal with the discomfort. or you could leave.

alasdair

maker sinemet : Well I see wat u are saying, im horrified.

If I can just try to clarify here that'd be great! If i were to join, as far as one hundred percent simply logistical, if I need to have posts deleted quickly that require correspondence that are integrated throughout the community how could I go about it?

maker tamiflu : You go to view past posts and press edit, then delete post.

It's not the staff or owners responsibility to delete your posts or account. Just think about a forum of drug users of various substances, add mental illnesses and you can understand how paranoia will create a lot of unnecessary work for a group of volunteers. It is your responsibility to delete your posts, how quickly this happens is up to you.

If you think this is a problem either take an extra 5 minute before posting or simply don't post shit.

maker's diet : I am referencing the "Support" section, where there is something about names. Good Aphex twin song by the way.

But, i only perused it. It reads a bit about archived posts needing the corresponding staff member to edit them. I dont really understand.

maker's diet basics : Originally Posted by IMPORTANT Well I see wat u are saying, im horrified. war is horrifying, rape is horrifying. this is not horrifying.
Originally Posted by IMPORTANT if I need to have posts deleted quickly that require correspondence that are integrated throughout the community how could I go about it? if you need to delete your posts, find them and delete them using the 'edit' button.

if they are in a closed thread (which means you can no longer edit them) send a polite pm to the staff of the forum in question asking
them to delete them for you.

alasdair

maker's diet book : Originally Posted by -IMPORTANT_ That sounds sort of a stock answer. Might be an automated message. If I were to post in passing, accidentally, under duress, or while hacked into a thread that has content I do not want to see, how can I go back and edit it later.

Also, what if it makes me uncomfortable to justify wanting to go back through that said website when contacting an administrator?

Again, just covering all bases. Looks great around here. Not to come off as a naggy mother type but.... really dude..... Couple hundred Admin for a million users.... Chillax. Puff puff pass. Click Google. The magical world around you will educate you free of charge. We can't all be winners. Wait your turn. It's Okay man.

maker's diet book info : Originally Posted by One Thousand Words You go to view past posts and press edit, then delete post.

It's not the staff or owners responsibility to delete your posts or account. Just think about a forum of drug users of various substances, add mental illnesses and you can understand how paranoia will create a lot of unnecessary work for a group of volunteers. It is your responsibility to delete your posts, how quickly this happens is up to you.

If you think this is a problem either take an extra 5 minute before posting or simply don't post shit. ^^^^This
if there's summit you need deleting asap n are banned, I would either E-mail the BL E-mail [email protected] n civily ask, explaining your situation or if you're friends with a staff member maybe ask them if they can efit / delete. I'd only ask a staff member.

That's what I'd do anyway. It is a difficult but end of the day we're responsible for our own actions n thus have to deal with the consequences.
I've just come off a three-month ban of my own making n know the frustrations of lurking daily n not being able to interact / have access - but it just encourages us to think about our behaviour so as to try n prevent it happenung in the future.

Evey

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