It's generous.

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Posted by Virgo at on January 15, 2004 at 14:22:50:

In Reply to: about the new registration rules... posted by Heywood Jablomi on January 15, 2004 at 14:10:05:

: I've posted here many times under a variety of names, but haven't visited in a while. When I went over the new registration guidelines, I've got to say I was surprised. Have e-assholes become such a nuisance that these rules have to be here? I understand that Ming probably has a tough enough job as it is, and probably benefits from the new regulations, but does that warrant such drastic changes? I wonder how some of the "oldies" posts have changed since the rules came to be. Personally, some of the funniest posts I've read here were due to a new asshole stirring shit up. Or some "oldie" brandishing their unique style of completely intolerant facetiousness to a newbie who acts like one. OR an oldie acting like a newbie and satirizing the whole worn out bit. If someone could please shed light for me, I'd greatly appreciate it.

I think that it is generous.


It gives Ming time to do other things with his time, besides worrying about some retard who made an account simply to be a clown. Ming can probably focus on more important things involving the Stash, or the site.

It gives us, the posters who have (most of the time.. haha) respect for others on the board, a chance to read posts that we WANT to respond to, instead of having to go through all of the posts we see every day. (U R THE 1S THAT R THE BALL LICKERZ!? etc.)

It's giving to a wonderful foundation like "RAINN". Or did you happen to miss that part? I don't think that $2 is a lot of give to post on a board. People don't -need- to make numerous accounts. The people who are victims of rape & incest probably do need the money.


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