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Old 06-04-2004, 12:47 AM   #21
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Here'* how it works, Jason. If someone has an opinion, great, but when the debate heats up, somebody better batter up with the evidence and documentation. Otherwise, it'* simply an argument, not a debate.

He has a long track record of doing this. All bark, no bite. Very argumentative. This isn't censorship. He was given the opportunity to show evidence, and never produced it, but continued a baseless argument. This becomes particularly dangerous to our members when they start wasting money on $10 radiator caps and tossing their hard-earned K&N'* because of somebody'* baseless paranoia. It'* much the same as someone trying to tell you to inject NOS into the gas tank. We'll jump all over him to prevent that stupidity from spreading.

Had he posted credible evidence, we would have given him credit. We have a responsibility to the members here, and we take it seriously.

Bans here are done with a unanimous Admin decision, typically with a majority of Moderators consenting as well. That was true in this case as well. You aren't seeing the whole history here. It comes down to a matter of trusting the Staff in the decision we have to make.

It'* not fun playing bad guy, but it becomes necessary at times.
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Old 06-04-2004, 12:59 AM   #22
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My fathers F-150 could use a new filter. I might pick one up for him to be the test dummy Anyone know how much they are?

(good call on banning that member. i think everyone here deals with enough dumb people during their work day. just my 2 cents)
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Old 06-04-2004, 01:00 AM   #23
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I dont care so much about the links and whatever choices someone wants to make, but its the overall need to continally battle..over and over and over that gets frustrating.

Say your piece, move on, if you want Fram get Fram, you want K&N...get it!

Christ...all of this bickering is so pointless, but we wont have to deal with it anymore anyway.

Shows over folks..move on
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