Can we get some monkeys to throw some darts at this:

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Nyarlathotep's picture
Can we get some monkeys to throw some darts at this:

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No spamming
No unrelated topics
No scams
No racism
No homophobic, or sexist comments
No non-English posts
No links to gory pictures or harmful websites
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CyberLN's picture
Be assured, I'm keeping my

Be assured, I'm keeping my eye on this poster. Although my monkey dart throwing brain considers that post distasteful and rather juvenile, the threat of hell doesn't seem to me to be a substantive threat of real harm. Other than hell, there was nothing specific that I read. Folks may very well disagree, however, I will employ restraint in the use of the 'ban button' for now.

Vincent Paul Tran1's picture
Cyberln, I was curious, what

Cyberln, I was curious, what are the typical, pragmatic rules for a spam ban. I've never really understood where that line is drawn on forums

CyberLN's picture
There are no universal rules

There are no universal rules of which I'm aware. Spam, however is typically a flood of the same message to multiple recipients. It is unsolicited and frequently sent by a bot from a purchased list.

If you are asking where I draw the line, I consider each post on its own merits.

I will also tell you that Armin, the founder of AR, wants banning used very judiciously.

Nutmeg's picture
There was no real threat

There was no real threat there. If you're an atheist you know there's no such thing as hell. Disagreement is fine.

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