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Re: Read Kacem's New Book(Very disappointing!) Proof wa?
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Actually the person losing in this thread is Kacem Zhoughari because as Google's web spider indexes all the content associated with the keywords of his name, this drivel gets lumped in with other content that might actually have something to do with what he wrote.

Thankfully because the principals are playing for such piddling stakes this thread is likely to stay buried in the bottom 300000 results.

I read the book and share somewhat similar views as Steve Schmidt but that's probably irrelevant now given the thread's direction.


Posted on: 2010/7/18 1:32
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Re: Read Kacem's New Book(Very disappointing!) Proof wa?
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To clarify why this thread has been pruned and locked:

The moderator had nothing to do with it, it was purely an admin decision.

Any posts which were insulting, inflammatory, and/or threatening or carried the insinuation of threats have been removed, and the thread has been locked.

This was done by manually going through all 14 pages of this thread and manually selecting and deleting such posts. This shortened the thread from 14 pages to 10 pages. In other words, there were 4 complete pages of nothing but insults, mud-slinging, provocation, etc.

It's unfortunate that this type of action has to be taken when people let their emotions get the better of them online. It's not the easiest thing to make judgment calls about when and what to moderate / edit / censor. When people behave as mature adults, it makes the moderator's job much easier, and the site as a whole can run more smoothly for the enjoyment of everyone.

Thanks for your cooperation and support,

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