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Old 05-17-2010, 12:46 PM
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But seriously, I could not see a reason for her last thread to be locked.
I guess Foxywench is allowed to lie about things and we are all supposed to be happy with her answers.

She gets a free pass.
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Old 05-17-2010, 12:47 PM
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The only reason for that thread to exist (and now this one) was to try to make trouble.

It is not your job to determine the job of the moderators. If you don't like it, you can PM MeatyTreats.
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Old 05-17-2010, 01:10 PM
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I'm usually not one to question moderators. I appreciate everything you guys do, really, and I typically never have a problem- and if I do, it's minor and I do not really care enough to speak up.

However, I do not think it is over the top to question that a moderator has the option to edit a thread that is 3 years old and then simply makes one disappear just because her breeding ethics and ethics are being questioned. As far as I can tell, the thread about her accidental breeding was not a witch hunt. Members of this forum were concerned BECAUSE it was an established member. What is wrong with simply wanting to know the truth? Someone even mentioned in a very polite way to post some proof of the dogs pedigrees- and even mentioned that, of course, she wasn't ordered to, but it would just be nice to regain some trust.

And now that Jessie questions the ability to delete threads just because they make the OP uneasy, who happens to be a mod? I am sorry, but locking her threads without reason and just telling her to pm MeatyTreats is unacceptable. I doubt he has the time or the patience to deal with this- that's what the mods are for. But to deem every mod as untouchable and unquestionable- that is outrageous.

Now please feel free to lock or delete this- but I believe Jessie and me are not the only ones who are upset and it would be nice to discuss this.
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Old 05-17-2010, 01:11 PM
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I have to agree with Jules on this.
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Old 05-17-2010, 01:12 PM
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I'm usually not one to question moderators. I appreciate everything you guys do, really, and I typically never have a problem- and if I do, it's minor and I do not really care enough to speak up.

However, I do not think it is over the top to question that a moderator has the option to edit a thread that is 3 years old and then simply makes one disappear just because her breeding ethics and ethics are being questioned. As far as I can tell, the thread about her accidental breeding was not a witch hunt. Members of this forum were concerned BECAUSE it was an established member. What is wrong with simply wanting to know the truth? Someone even mentioned in a very polite way to post some proof of the dogs pedigrees- and even mentioned that, of course, she wasn't ordered to, but it would just be nice to regain some trust.

And now that Jessie questions the ability to delete threads just because they make the OP uneasy, who happens to be a mod? I am sorry, but locking her threads without reason and just telling her to pm MeatyTreats is unacceptable. I doubt he has the time or the patience to deal with this- that's what the mods are for. But to deem every mod as untouchable and unquestionable- that is outrageous.

Now please feel free to lock or delete this- but I believe Jessie and me are not the only ones who are upset and it would be nice to discuss this.
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Old 05-17-2010, 01:13 PM
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I agree also, although I didn't get to read the thread when it got out of hand.

I'm not very comfortable with a mod that does this kind of things to be honest (or lies for that matter).
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Old 05-17-2010, 01:14 PM
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I'm gonna ditto this. Nothing worse than a mod who feels they're above everyone else.
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Agreed. I really enjoy this forum as a resource, I don't want my appreciation for it to decline.
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Old 05-17-2010, 01:14 PM
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I'm usually not one to question moderators. I appreciate everything you guys do, really, and I typically never have a problem- and if I do, it's minor and I do not really care enough to speak up.

However, I do not think it is over the top to question that a moderator has the option to edit a thread that is 3 years old and then simply makes one disappear just because her breeding ethics and ethics are being questioned. As far as I can tell, the thread about her accidental breeding was not a witch hunt. Members of this forum were concerned BECAUSE it was an established member. What is wrong with simply wanting to know the truth? Someone even mentioned in a very polite way to post some proof of the dogs pedigrees- and even mentioned that, of course, she wasn't ordered to, but it would just be nice to regain some trust.

And now that Jessie questions the ability to delete threads just because they make the OP uneasy, who happens to be a mod? I am sorry, but locking her threads without reason and just telling her to pm MeatyTreats is unacceptable. I doubt he has the time or the patience to deal with this- that's what the mods are for. But to deem every mod as untouchable and unquestionable- that is outrageous.

Now please feel free to lock or delete this- but I believe Jessie and me are not the only ones who are upset and it would be nice to discuss this.
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Old 05-17-2010, 01:15 PM
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I agree and It is horrendous to lock threads all lackadaisyly.
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