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    The Mac-Forums.com Rule Enforcement.
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    ˇAttention! all members at Mac-Forums.com! Recently we have been having some problems with the Rules. Many members feel they are not required to follow them. Members have been requesting a warning before they get banned. This is your warning. We highly suggest that ALL members re-read the rules. All offenses are ban-able, we will be enforcing all the rules.

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    Good Job Graphite some people here are breaking the rules with the way they treat each other and some people are using spam and it really needs to be cut down a little. I am happy that the rules are starting to be enforced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4
    people are using spam and it really needs to be cut down a little.
    I still like my idea of the auto spammer banner

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    lol yeah, but how would the system know what is like a spam and what is a legitimate suggestion from a respected user such as that one thing that i thought was spam and I thougth that I was going to have to report it to the moderators and then when i opened it up the mods were responding to it and seemed rathar happy about it, i forget what that thread was about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4
    lol yeah, but how would the system know what is like a spam and what is a legitimate suggestion from a respected user such as that one thing that i thought was spam and I thougth that I was going to have to report it to the moderators and then when i opened it up the mods were responding to it and seemed rathar happy about it, i forget what that thread was about.
    Well it would start with things like GET A FREE IPOD with a link and then eventually it would work better till it kills all the spam.

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    The rules aren't unreasonable at all. If people used common sense, they wouldn't break them. The one's that do get banned deserve it.

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    Abuse of the moderators in any fashion is grounds for being banned/deleted - Just don't do it!
    Does this mean we can't make weight-lifter jokes anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aptmunich
    Does this mean we can't make weight-lifter jokes anymore?
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aptmunich
    Does this mean we can't make weight-lifter jokes anymore?
    As long as they are directed at Graphite and MacAddikt then it's all good, otherwise, you're banned!

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