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Aloha50

Pigeon
So the thread 'United States 2020 election results' doesn't allow me to reply to any post. It says 'you have insufficient privileges to reply here.' Is that right? And if so, is there something special about that thread that bars me from replying?
 

get2choppaaa

Pelican
So the thread 'United States 2020 election results' doesn't allow me to reply to any post. It says 'you have insufficient privileges to reply here.' Is that right? And if so, is there something special about that thread that bars me from replying?
5. No race or political baiting. It's okay to talk about race if that's the topic, but no geo-political discussions on why one race is superior or inferior to another or why an upcoming race war in X country will be bad. Do not repeatedly start political arguments. NOTE: Newbies under 25 posts are not allowed to participate in race or political discussions.
 

Aloha50

Pigeon
5. No race or political baiting. It's okay to talk about race if that's the topic, but no geo-political discussions on why one race is superior or inferior to another or why an upcoming race war in X country will be bad. Do not repeatedly start political arguments. NOTE: Newbies under 25 posts are not allowed to participate in race or political discussions.
Ah. Thank you sir.
 

Aloha50

Pigeon
A thought: the rules reward someone who has a comment about everything (likely fool) as they quickly get to 25 posts whereas someone who listens 10x more than they comment (wise) potentially is prohibited from making\offering a comment for some time (25 posts can take time....I've been on here since Jan. and am not there yet). Anyway, just a thought.
 

DanielH

Pelican
A thought: the rules reward someone who has a comment about everything (likely fool) as they quickly get to 25 posts whereas someone who listens 10x more than they comment (wise) potentially is prohibited from making\offering a comment for some time (25 posts can take time....I've been on here since Jan. and am not there yet). Anyway, just a thought.
That would make it easy for trolls to mass create accounts and let them age to gain rep here. There's already a lot of that.
 

El Draque

Pigeon
Can i just ask, what constitutes 'politics', re no-goes for new members?

Can i comment on breaking news, international news & geo-political situation such as with Russia & Ukriane?

I have zero interest in party politics.
 

Vyck

Pigeon
Are Ladies only invited to get involved on the small forum Ladies Forum ? I know a girl who is very decent and very respectful who is a real fighter against nwo and she understands things on a level that she finds difficult to find discussion partners on topics such as covid or the feminization or the illuminati. I think she would wonderful fit here but on the large section with Covid and Vaccine. I'm thinking of telling her about the forum. There is some wonderful information in the section on vaccine and covid. I don't know if she will decide to sign up, but It is important to know if she will be able to participate in the big forum about covid. - Thank you
 

Khan Krum

Chicken
Forum Rules
(Last updated 3/25/21)

This is a forum for Christians. If you are not a practicing Christian, you may lurk but not post. We have strict rules that allow the forum to exist as a unified community. If you fail to read the following rules, there is a high chance that you will put your identity at risk or be banned without warning. Here are the rules...

1. Don't talk down to members. Don't call someone an idiot, moron, or hater. Don't use condescending language such as "WTF are you talking about?" Don't be a drama queen or be quick to get into arguments. Defer to senior members, who help make the forum what it is.

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5. No race or political baiting. It's okay to talk about race if that's the topic, but no geo-political discussions on why one race is superior or inferior to another or why an upcoming race war in X country will be bad. Do not repeatedly start political arguments. NOTE: Newbies under 25 posts are not allowed to participate in race or political discussions.

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"I just signed up but I cannot start a new thread, upload an avatar, like posts, etc."

To combat spam and trolls, new members must go through a trial period where they can only reply to existing threads no more than once every 10 minutes. Once 14 days have passed and you accumulate 25 posts and you have received at least 10 likes to your posts, you will then become a member with full privileges. Here are other features you will not be able to do as a new member: post in the Politics subforum, report posts, react to posts, upload avatar, upload attachments, edit signature. You are a full member when you no longer see the "Newbie" banner under your name.

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Thanks for laying that out. The vetting process you've come up with is interesting. Looking forward to learning new things here.
 
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