Re: Can farmers sue Leave?

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Stephen Cole

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Jan 4, 2021, 1:07:54 PMJan 4
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Roger Hayter <ro...@hayter.org> wrote:
> On 4 Jan 2021 at 09:47:32 GMT, "The Todal" <the_...@icloud.com> wrote:
>
>> On 04/01/2021 07:09, Stephen Cole wrote:
>>> Fredxx <fre...@nospam.co.uk> wrote:
>>>> On 02/01/2021 15:40, Roland Perry wrote:
>>>>> In message <xn0msf3db...@news.individual.net>, at 14:22:32 on Sat,
>>>>> 2 Jan 2021, Jeff Gaines <jgaines...@yahoo.co.uk> remarked:
>>>>>> On 02/01/2021 in message <PgNaJCrq...@perry.uk> Roland Perry wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Maybe your interpretation of the rules. Your posts often inflame
>>>>>>>> opinions in a way that is not becoming of a moderator.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> So being a moderator means I'm not entitled to opinions?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> You are provided somebody else applies the standard moderation rules.
>>>>>> You (and other mods) are guilty of saying things that are rejected if
>>>>>> said by non-mods.
>>>>>
>>>>> I don't think so.
>>>>
>>>> So one rule for you, and one for others.
>>>>
>>>> You are a good example of how moderated groups should not be run.
>>>>
>>>> Moderators should have a finite tenure otherwise they think they own the
>>>> group.
>>>
>>> I remember when, during the various ukram RFD debates/screaming fits, that
>>> various exalted ones from the Great And Good of uk.* made a lot of shrill,
>>> highfalutin noise about how ulm was the “gold standard” for usenet
>>> moderation, with its unimpeachable moderator practices. Oh, there’s egg on
>>> their faces now and no mistake. If they had any sense of shame they’d
>>> resign from the Committee in disgrace.
>>>
>>
>> You seem to inhabit a fantasy land. Who were the "great and the good"?
>> You probably envy them their power and influence, such as it was (and I
>> don't suppose it was much). I'm sure they are quite unaware of any egg
>> on their faces.
>
> I'd just note, which I missed first time, that this has been mischievously
> cross posted to unn.management, so I've removed that and set follow ups.
>

It’s actually on topic for .management, tbh, Rog, as it concerns the
management of the hierarchy. It’s also on topic for .config too, now I
think about it, as it pertains to prior RFD group creation debates. Copied
in. Thanks for the heads up, mate!

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