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Topic # 6555 3-Feb-2006 14:18

I didnt get any chance to write down my opinion, because the original topic was blocked by a moderator, which action I found unfair and some kind of censorship. I dont understand, which part of the topic was against any Forum rules, however I saw that it turned out very personal at the end.

Until today I found GZ's Forum a very intelligent place with intelligent people, who can share and discuss their opinions in a mature way. But not any more. Some people just cant accept other people's opinion (that's normal anyway), but their reaction, how they responded was absolutely immature.

And this was my opinion.





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Reply # 27790 3-Feb-2006 14:23
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The topic was locked because I've received complaints about one of the posters and I didn't want that extend too much - seeing it was going off-topic it was easy for the recurrence of the off topic discussion.

You are free to discuss that topic in the Telecom forum, just start your own.





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  Reply # 27791 3-Feb-2006 14:24
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I agree so lets get back to intelligent posting.

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  Reply # 27796 3-Feb-2006 15:29
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Agreed, let's do just that.

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Reply # 27797 3-Feb-2006 15:35
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We agree to disagree.
What happened in the last thread was disappointing but was predictable given the topic.

I'd also be interested to know if the person who complained also took part in the slugfest that is page two...




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