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Member has been banned for posting unconstructive criticism and abusive behaviour toward moderators.

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Wow, did see what he did, but it must have been pretty flames of glory the get intsa banned

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3 posts and a ban? That has to be some kind of record (excluding dupes). 

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Well openly abusing Mods is one of, if not the worst, things you can do and that's not even bringing in his original comment. They're called Concepts for a reason. It was just Lee's idea of what the XFL teams might look like. He put a lot of time and effort into making amazing concepts all to have some random person come in and chew them out for no reason. Good riddance, he won't be missed.

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3 hours ago, ~Bear said:

3 posts and a ban? That has to be some kind of record (excluding dupes). 

 

 

3 hours ago, dont care said:

Wow, did see what he did, but it must have been pretty flames of glory the get intsa banned

I think since he had no reputation and the only record we had of him was him being mean to people (including mods), it's easier to ban him right away than to suspend or anything else

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His member profile still says previewing. It doesn't say banned.

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Sometimes it's readily apparent that someone is going to be a problem from the get go. This guy was one of those times. Instead of letting it become a bigger problem than it had quickly become, we nipped it in the bud. Believe me, when all of us agree that quickly to ban someone, you can be sure the ban was warranted. 

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Digging up a concept that was over a year old just to attack it was pretty much begging for a ban too. 

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