Moderators don't like Nigglly and Negative Postings on Their Threads Reposted Because Naran removed orginal

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Steven Scharf
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Moderators don't like Nigglly and Negative Postings on Their Threads Reposted Because Naran removed orginal

Wow

I did not know that certain people were special and allowed to dictate who may or may not post on AMG. I got this private message from one of the moderators who I just unblocked at the request of Scott. I had blocked her because I did not want stupid message like this from her.

Sorry Scott, but I am blocking her again until she learns to behave.

Steven,

Due to your continued niggly, negative posts on the Kennebunk thread, I'm formally asking you to stop posting on there.

If I were to do the same to you, and posted negative comments on the threads, thus detracting from the efforts you're making in Portland, I don't think you'd be appreciative. It's hard enough address all the issues around here without your petty nonsense. If you have something personal against me, just keep it to yourself.

Please refrain from future posts on the Kennebunk thread.

Thank you,
Naran

Naran

I will be niggle and negative when ever I want.

Steven Scharf
SCSMedia@aol.com

PS. Don't you dare delete this post!

Her response was to delete the thread.

Steven - I have removed your new thread, where you posted the PM i sent you, above, and added some rude and insulting comments. Maybe you haven't seen the PM policy, but you don't get to post my PM's unless I give you prior permission. Here's the policy, below.
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Using AMG's Private Messaging
AMG has an in-house email system called Private Messaging (PM). It is optional. It allows registered AMG users to send messages to each other in private. It is presumed PM's will remain private. If you would like to post in public a PM in whole or in part - first ask the PM sender if it's okay. If the PM sender says no - please don't post the PM in public.
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BTW - any thread author has the right to set guidelines, including asking certain people not to post, or limiting the post content and direction.
You may not like it, but that's the rule.
Naran