sun22 wrote:Aoi_aka - you certainly cannot be mod, with that type of behavior, so no wonder you're not doing it anymore. I really think your most recent post should be removed, as if we all start using that type of approach / language as you're attempting, this forum will degenerate quickly, and real mods will have too much work. My impression is that you're just probably way too young, and I will leave it at that. So, that's the only reply you're going to get from me, as you're certainly not worthy any more of my time.
LOL! You have it so wrong, it's hilarious. Please continue to amuse me *pout* because you just fill up my days with rainbows and unicorns and everything that is sparkly and good in this world. I don't want replies from you. For all I care, you can stay under your bridge continuing to be a troll. You have been called that before and not by me.
I guess I will be forced to clarify it to the whole world as to why I was a mod at 801. This is why I wanted that forum back. Things like this could be cleared up with links to the posts.
Back in the day the 801 Media forums were plagued by spam. It was ridiculous. The worse part was that here we were grown women (despite my nemesis claiming that I'm "too young" (thanks for the compliment, those botox treatments are working!)) in a forum about m/m relationships getting spammed with het porn. We were like WTF is that, at least get us the right kind of spam. It got to the point that we had to scroll through several pages of spam over the weekend to get to the real parts of the forum. There was no control over the forum from the mods. We'd even asked for some people to become mods from the pool of regulars. My choices were the women who ran Yaoi Suki because they were level headed and cool people. They in turn nominated other people. So then the original 801-chan and Tomo-chan and kampai left DMP and before they left, one of them made darkheart510, suzu and me mods. Our job was to get rid of the spam. The forum ran itself unlike this one with people being trolls all over the place. Even with us modding the forum deleting spam, it was a Sisyphean task trying to stem the daily tide. Then the forum fizzled and died and very few people made posts. And one day it really went to the place all dead forums go and it was pulled out of the ashes like a phoenix and brought here. And that's the story of how and why I became a mod. I didn't ask for it. I didn't want it but once I had it, I was going to fulfill my obligations.