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If you have over 10 posts moderated in less than an hour, shouldn't you just get banned?

Asked by sumul (360points) April 8th, 2008

You know, to make the moderators’ jobs a little easier.

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jrpowell's avatar

Nope.. It should remain subjective.

gorillapaws's avatar

Yep, as long as that person has the chance to contact the moderators at a later date to try to work things out—like if someone else was screwing around on their computer for example.

wildflower's avatar

yes – and not only if it’s within an hour…anyone who repeatedly chooses language or content that needs to be moderated shouldn’t be allowed to post

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bulbatron9's avatar

I’m with JP on this one!

Wait, I’m usually with JP on anything he says!

That johnpowell guy just knows what’s up.

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mcbealer's avatar

ahh.. you would think that individual would maybe realize what’s up. Then again…

rking1487's avatar

If were talking about that 14 year old kid then yea. I wonder if he knows about Yahoo Answers?

cwilbur's avatar

In theory, yes. In practice, I’d like there to be some human oversight.

jaeger's avatar

Well, 10 worthless posts in an hour isn’t adding any value. One or two well written answers/questions are far more valuable.

An auto-ban might not be fair, but schooling them isn’t wrong, either.

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