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Yes, I am going to blog. This is my first one and I have no idea what to write about so I will just write.

I have recently stepped down from my Senior Management position on this site because it was something that wasn't very enjoyable for me. I knew someone who would be great and everyone agreed and so far I hope he's doing well in his new role.

Now I am pretty much some sort of Senior Advisor dude. I advise the rest of the staff on issues that need to be handled as well as I am currently in the process of making the rules a little more understandable as I guess people are having trouble with them. I think it would help if people actually read the rules instead of learning about them when they break them...but I know I don't read the Terms of Service when I join sites or anything so I don't blame them. Plus ours is like a book anyway.

So I'm in the process of doing that along with other rules issues being given to me at the same time. I recently created a set of rules for chat with guests and something else which I forgot what I did.

Hopefully I'll have those finished for everyone in the next week or two. I've been busy with finishing my degree, my real job, my new girlfriend, and other random things. Remember, we don't really get paid money to do this so sometimes it gets put on the back burner.

Anyway, I need to get to bed. I have to get to class tomorrow and wake up early for my girlfriend to stop over on her way home from work to say hi and hang out for an hour or so. Later peeps.


  1. WilyWestbrook0's Avatar
    The rules thing sounds cool. One rule which is really hard to enforce, and I even stopped reporting it a few days ago, is the set builder forum rule of one thread per set. I think all sports with a setbuilding forum have multiple threads for the same set because hardly anyone bothers to read the rules for it. The banner rule is also one which many posters don't understand, although I am still reporting those.
  2. Karl cloney's Avatar
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