Obey the moderator

Written By: - Date published: 4:09 pm, March 4th, 2010 - 6 comments
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This is the shortened and lyrical version of the policy.

6 comments on “Obey the moderator”

  1. Mac1 1

    “All things in moderation, including moderation.”
    — Mark Twain

  2. Rex Widerstrom 2


    Wait… there’s people who go online to discuss Mario Bros and Zelda? And here was I thinking that playing them was the definition of life fail.

  3. Descendant Of Smith 3

    Hmmm I thought not playing them was life fail.

    Never mind as we gamers know non-gamers are just jealous that we actually have lots of lives – in some cases infinite lives.

    Each to his own.

    Cool video though – I wonder if us gamers appreciate it more than those who didn’t grow up in spacies parlours..

    • Rex Widerstrom 3.1

      Infinite lives… hmmmm, good point DoS LOL

      I was actually the reigning Xevious champion in the spacies parlour in Vivian St for quite some time [till my boss realised that that was where I held many of my “meetings” and my proficiency waned 😀 ]

  4. lprent 4

    I just thought it was a rather good summary of the policy….

    I think that policy needs an A/V for the less prose literate – because some people seem to fail to understand the basic rule. I kind of think that this one will do….

  5. bobo 5

    “If anyone wants to see there’s a David Garrett kill screen coming up.”

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