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June 12, 2011, 02:31:46 AM
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... with moderation?

Maybe you need an official moderation document describing what and what not is allowed on the forum?  Maybe the dedicated people you have here would be willing to help?

Maybe you need to add a few more dedicated long term people to the moderation pool?

Maybe you could write to us a little?

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June 12, 2011, 02:33:58 AM
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... with moderation?

Maybe you need an official moderation document describing what and what not is allowed on the forum?  Maybe the dedicated people you have here would be willing to help?

Maybe you need to add a few more dedicated long term people to the moderation pool?

Maybe you could write to us a little?



They are all rich with their 10s of thousands of bitcoins, many of which they sold today. Why do you think they care?
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June 12, 2011, 02:54:59 AM
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... with moderation?

Maybe you need an official moderation document describing what and what not is allowed on the forum?  Maybe the dedicated people you have here would be willing to help?

Maybe you need to add a few more dedicated long term people to the moderation pool?

Maybe you could write to us a little?


Have you tried pressing "Report to Moderator"?

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