Skeptic Project

Your #1 COINTELPRO cognitive infiltration source.

Page By Category

Forum - Forum Rules

[ Add Tags ]

This forum thread is currently locked, no new replies or edits can be made.

[ Return to General Discussion | Reply to Topic ]
Edward L WinstonPosted: Oct 12, 2009 - 22:41

President Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho: porn star and five-time ultimate smackdown wrestling champion!

Level: 150
CS Original

These are the rules of the forum:

If you respect me, I'll respect you, even if we disagree. However, if you choose to be belligerent, then you'll be treated the same way.

0) Rule Zero: Use common sense, and I know that's hard to come by if you're from some wacky forum on the Internet, but give it a shot.
1) This is my private web site, that means I can do whatever I want
2) I don't owe you anything; If you direct a post towards me I don't have to reply, ever, but I probably will.
3) I don't like racists, anti-Semites, or religious nuts, and I'm ready and willing to ban any of the above.
4) Keep "bad words", i.e. cursing, to a minimum, because it can adversely set off filters at someone's school or job and block them from seeing certain content.
5) All content that's Not Safe For Work - meaning if it wouldn't get by in an office at the Vatican - be sure to put NSFW around it.
6) Advocating violence against others, suicide, euthanasia, and so forth is not allowed.
7) Posting anything against the law is not allowed - that being threats, child pornography, etc.
8) Guess what, conspiracy sites and movies aren't good sources, don't be surprised if I, or anyone else, doesn't accept it as evidence.
9) Posting topics like "you're wrong, so there!" in the Corrections Forum without providing evidence will get you banned. Trust me, you didn't "stick it to me", I hear it all the time.
10) No drive-by posting. Only post something if you intend on reading the replies and joining in the discussion.
11) Keep a thread on topic. Sometimes discussions will start to get off track, but if they do, create a new thread and link it.

This page will probably be more elegant one day, but this works for now.

#1 [ Top | Reply to Topic ]