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PostSubject: The Ring Section Of The Forum. Members Only.   Wed Jan 25, 2012 10:36 pm

Just been reading the latest thread in the "Ring" I'm just so glad that members only can view this section. I can see the purpose of having it, but for a member to deliberataty start a discussion that is no more that a personal attack on another member, makes me wonder if we should keep it. I thought topics that got out of hand were put in the ring by ADMIN. Not for discussions to be started. CTSG if I was you I would edit your posts out, infact all those involved should before we lose a few members. I say get rid of the ring section. Any other members agree.
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PostSubject: Re: The Ring Section Of The Forum. Members Only.   Wed Jan 25, 2012 10:49 pm

I think the Ring has its place, it is why Admin started it in the first place. Admin also deletes the arguments after a few days when everyone has calmed down.
The sooner this latest one calms down the better. I worry about younger members of the forum becoming embroiled in this kind of crap.
Agree OH2, it is outrageous that CTSG should attack a keen and enthusiastic member of this forum who has relevant, world class expertise in his field.
I bet CTSG wouldn't say these things to Pascal's face.
Cowardly trolls such as CTSG should be banned from this forum. I am surprised is still here tbh.
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PostSubject: Re: The Ring Section Of The Forum. Members Only.   Wed Jan 25, 2012 11:22 pm

The Ring Stays. Bit disappointed by the latest thread.

CTSG. Personal attack on another member. Banned 1 month ( Your choice to return)

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