Seems like every day I come in here and see posts scattered about that are directed to Marlywings, your point mod. This needs to end and needs to end now. We've had protocol in place for years and years about how to respectfully disagree with mod decisions and 99% of our members follow it with ease.

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Realize that a lot goes on behind the scenes. If you are thinking to yourself "Those moderators are either total idiots or they know something I do not", it's safe to assume we know something you do not.

WS Bashing:

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Once a member has respectfully contacted a mod privately and feels the issue is still not resolved, feel free to contact me and I will look at your concern without bias.