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Old 10-19-2017, 06:26 PM
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No, they don't. Nor do they censor posts in the way that this site does.
I don't know first hand of the Casebook Admin censoring posts unless they contain personal attacks -and leave the rest if the remainder of the post has merit. I do know however what occurs with posts and whole threads over at JtR Forums, so don't try to claim otherwise. But, I also know one of the perhaps unwritten rules of Casebook is that we don't engage in bashing JtRForums, even if their active members come over here and bash Casebook, so I'm afraid if you'd like to debate the merits of the two site's respective admins, as fun as that would be, that too is against the rules.


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You've missed the point, dear boy.

It is not allowed to respond, however politely, to personal insults that are not germane to the thread.

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Responding to someone's personal attack with a personal attack of your own will still earn you an infraction. "S/he started it" is not an excuse.

I know there are a lot of rules to read.

I suggest this thread return to its topic before Admin arrives and starts censoring us all over the place.

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Oh no Jonathan, I am enjoying the exchange immensely.

I find it especially amusing that the "warning" he posted was from January 2015. Yes, there's so much censorship on this site that he had to go searching back almost three years to find.. a warning, not even an infraction ...to post how oppressed his speech has been here. Oh the great oppression and censorship experienced, all these many years. I don't know how he's borne the strain.

But in any case, yes, this is actually off topic. If you want to bash sites, this isn't the thread for it.

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I've been searching for your accusation of my 'cowardice', as reported by Abby Normal. Can you point me in the right direction?

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Gary, I find it bizarre that you quote my entire post and then ask me a question about something that someone else has supposedly posted!

All I can say is that in all your posts in this thread you haven't discussed a single issue about Robert Smith's book or about anything to do with the Diary.
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