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  1. #84

    Agreed

    Quote Originally Posted by Schwmmr  [View Original Post]
    It's my opinion that in recent months the overall quality of the posts in the Colombia thread has declined. (Anyone care to comment on this first point?)

    But that's not the main reason for this post. My main premise is that because of this deterioration, maybe the full moderation wasn't such a bad thing and is *perhaps* warranted.

    I didn't like the full moderation either. Although to be honest the delay never bothered me much, I recognize that it was a legitimate complaint for some.

    All I know is currently, the number of posts I find genuinely interesting and informative has gone way down.

    Think about the number of new posters that have popped up in recent months posting pure rubbish.

    And how many times can you tell new lazy posters to RTFF before you just give up?

    Maybe the delay deterred them.

    Just my impression and 2 cents.

    Any comments?

    All the best, Schwmm
    Hear Hear! This post here by me and some other self touted LatAm literature guru who lambasted the forum proclaiming that he was surely above 99% of the posters. Claiming they would not know anything about the topic. Then he made embarrasing comparisons (can't even support with a google search) and outrageous claims that even a highschooler would never attempt.

    It seems that forum is getting flooded with 1.) blowhards posessing the bluffer's guide spewing garbage under the radar since their turf is a sex forum and / or pubs filled with easily impressed rubes, and 2.) newbies too green to figure out how to click on a few links to get what they need.

    I agree full moderation or at least forcing them to an area of How to conduct or FAQ.

    Thank you

  2. #83

    Colombia Thread Quality

    It's my opinion that in recent months the overall quality of the posts in the Colombia thread has declined. (Anyone care to comment on this first point?)

    But that's not the main reason for this post. My main premise is that because of this deterioration, maybe the full moderation wasn't such a bad thing and is *perhaps* warranted.

    I didn't like the full moderation either. Although to be honest the delay never bothered me much, I recognize that it was a legitimate complaint for some.

    All I know is currently, the number of posts I find genuinely interesting and informative has gone way down.

    Think about the number of new posters that have popped up in recent months posting pure rubbish.

    And how many times can you tell new lazy posters to RTFF before you just give up?

    Maybe the delay deterred them.

    Just my impression and 2 cents.

    Any comments?

    All the best, Schwmm

  3. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Gogo
    I agree that the ban should be lifted.

    But, how long before it is reinstated? When you have one of the hottest forums about beautiful inexpensive women, there are going to be assholes and selfish mongerers.

    Honestly speaking I think there are people who want Medellin for themselves. Even though there is good reliable imformation on the Medellin boards, there will also be sabatoge. Inflated crime statistics, argumentive posters, and constant bad weather posts are examples of this.
    In fact you just made the strongest case on why it SHOULDN'T be lifted. It would only be a matter of time before all of those arguments would be implemented again. God only knows how many countless of hundreds or thousands of posts Jackson has deleted. lol

  4. #81
    I agree that the ban should be lifted.

    But, how long before it is reinstated? When you have one of the hottest forums about beautiful inexpensive women, there are going to be assholes and selfish mongerers.

    Honestly speaking I think there are people who want Medellin for themselves. Even though there is good reliable imformation on the Medellin boards, there will also be sabatoge. Inflated crime statistics, argumentive posters, and constant bad weather posts are examples of this.

  5. #80
    Quote Originally Posted by Vitrea
    Jackson,

    Most people I chat with agree that "full moderation" had it's positive effect and the problem seems to have gone away. It might be time to lift the ban. This is an active forum and realtime posts make much more sense and it help keeps a decent continuity of discussion.

    I know that it is a lot of work to fully moderate a forum so we appreciate the service and thank you for your consideration to possibly lift the ban.
    Has my vote. It can always be reversed if people stop playing nice.

  6. #79
    Quote Originally Posted by Cubanut
    Jackson,

    I think many of us agree that a lot of the "bad weeds" have been eliminated over the time of this board being under full moderation.

    Real time posts are far more interesting to follow and do make more sense as opposed to trying to piece together discussions.

    In fact, since I am on several boards, I have seen many of the same serial antagonists disappear from those other boards as well without ever having been on full moderation. They just self destructed and were completely ignored out of existence.

    I hope others will chime in ...

    Cubanut
    Yep, it's time to graduate back to normal running.

  7. #78

    In agreement

    Quote Originally Posted by Vitrea
    Jackson,

    Most people I chat with agree that "full moderation" had it's positive effect and the problem seems to have gone away. It might be time to lift the ban. This is an active forum and realtime posts make much more sense and it help keeps a decent continuity of discussion.

    I know that it is a lot of work to fully moderate a forum so we appreciate the service and thank you for your consideration to possibly lift the ban.
    Jackson,

    I think many of us agree that a lot of the "bad weeds" have been eliminated over the time of this board being under full moderation.

    Real time posts are far more interesting to follow and do make more sense as opposed to trying to piece together discussions.

    In fact, since I am on several boards, I have seen many of the same serial antagonists disappear from those other boards as well without ever having been on full moderation. They just self destructed and were completely ignored out of existence.

    I hope others will chime in if they too feel that the time to lift the full moderation, or to at least give it another go to do without, has arrived.

    Cheers,

    Cubanut

  8. #77
    Jackson,

    Most people I chat with agree that "full moderation" had it's positive effect and the problem seems to have gone away. It might be time to lift the ban. This is an active forum and realtime posts make much more sense and it help keeps a decent continuity of discussion.

    I know that it is a lot of work to fully moderate a forum so we appreciate the service and thank you for your consideration to possibly lift the ban.

  9. #76
    Ooops, so I think I just posted the same question twice, assuming that my first post never made it. I'm just reading the full moderation status now.

    My apologies for the duplicity/stupidity.

  10. #75

    cali

    TV - I'll be in Cali, staring June 28 for a week.

    PM me so we can meet-up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Turbos Vegas
    Hey everyone I'm horribile slow typer, I'm very familiar with Cali and can speak spanish lost my regular contact I had I'm plan on goingfor at least 2 months, from end of June thru aug at a min last time I stayed for 7 months they had to deport me LOL. Also hit me up if if your plan to travel there in that time frame.

  11. #74

    I need to rent cheap studio in Cali

    Hey everyone I'm horribile slow typer, I'm very familiar with Cali and can speak spanish lost my regular contact I had I'm plan on goingfor at least 2 months, from end of June thru aug at a min last time I stayed for 7 months they had to deport me LOL. Also hit me up if if your plan to travel there in that time frame.

  12. #73
    Oh, so that's the reason my posts were taking so long to record.

    I thought it has something to do with me

  13. #72
    To Jackson. Isn't it about time to lift the Full Moderation ban thats in place for Colombia. The serial antagonists have stopped posting for quite a while now and only standard-normal conversations are going on.

    This is a very active board and there's a lot of good postings that are being held up, waiting for your approval.

    Lift the ban.

  14. #71
    actually, the porta potties in el centro are kept very clean.

    there are people there that clean them on regular intervals.

    they barely smell when you consider that it is actually a public bathroom.

    they were put in that area so that people would not have to [CodeWord140] on the

    street.

    paying to [CodeWord134] is actually very good because there are always supplies such

    as toilet paper, soap, and someone to clean also between patrons.

    700 pesos is a small price to pay when you want to relieve yourself in a clean environment.

    someone has to pay for supplies, and a cleaning person.

    i am glad that i am able to help them.

    -parcero

  15. #70
    Quote Originally Posted by artisttyp
    not true. nyc is the most inconvenient place to take a [CodeWord140]. most establishments that sell food and drink do not have a public bathroom. out of order signs are used to discourage public use even if they have a bathroom.

    medellin has pay for [CodeWord140] locations all over the centro.

    it amazes me how these morons in nyc can't even get a public bathroom system going. jobs to the homeless revenue to the city. until then i will continue to use phone booths and unload zones to [CodeWord134]. i hate doing it but when you drink alot of water and take vitamins you must release on time.

    riding a bike in nyc gives you more access to [CodeWord134] locations as well.

    lima is a goldmine for [CodeWord134] convenience.
    they are not all over centro, only in a few select spots. sometimes you can find portapoties but the smell coming from them is unbearable to me. those pay for [CodeWord140] locations are getting more expensive too. 700 pesos now, getting close to the price of a small empanada.

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