Some get high or low and some get it...
Posted By: Ayinde In Response To: Not to speak for Ayinde but... (gman)
Date: Thursday, 25 June 2009, at 2:49 a.m.
In Response To: Not to speak for Ayinde but... (gman)
There is a difference between having a discussion about getting high and promoting the cultivation of marijuana.
I believe that he is not going to understand much more if he does not already understand what I have explained so far. He has to get that it is our right to set our agenda and policies and to choose our battles.
It is not like any moderator would read all posts on the board. Usually, someone would email or phone in a concern or a moderator would notice something. If admin responds, then there was some form of consultation and agreement on an action.
He may have gone too far before but no one raised a concern or a moderator did not notice it. This time though, he was promoting the cultivation of marijuana, which is illegal.
Another thing, given that he wants to have things his way, I believe that he would continue in a vein that he knows we would object to. No one would be reading all his posts to ensure he does not put our website at risk, so given that he is being obstinate about it, he should simply part ways with this website.
Some people get high and it involves moments of clarity. Whereas some get low and are dull, incoherent, inconsiderate, and unreasonably stubborn. Some people think they are getting high but by their conduct they are getting progressively lower.
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