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Feb. 21, 2009
mad dog
Men's 65
4153 posts
removed threads
The following Message Board threads have been removed due to posting content detrimental to the best interests of the Senior Softball community. We apologize that, again, otherwise meritorious content was lost due to the inappropriate postings of others. Please consider if what you are about to post to an existing Message Board thread might cause that entire thread to be removed.

Common Sense (thread by: #19) Offending posters: #19, einstein
Clasic Spring Training... (by: audieh) Offending posters: einstein, trumpball
Tired of Hearing ... (by: hitt2) Offending posters: Dirty, einstein, softball4b

I tried it and didn't like it... (by: einstein) Offending poster:einstein

REMINDER (9th time)

as we see from my above cut and paste,we've lost a couple of threads.well i would like to personally thank you people for jacking up some good threads,the CST thread should not have been one for u all to come and post all your was for us guys who were and are meeting up to have a nice long weekend of personally,i'm getting sick and tired of all the one trick pony's just jumping on threads to whine about thier agenda's,whether it be about balls or whether we need special bats.just stay off threads with all your crap please.
Feb. 21, 2009
Men's 60
32 posts
I agree Maddog maybe SSUSA should step up and suspend some of the repeat offending posters.
Feb. 21, 2009
Men's 60
12 posts
I've been away for a week, what did I miss?
Feb. 22, 2009
58 posts
I also agree with you Maddog.

People should be able to have opposing views that they can discuss with civility.

I am unfortunately seeing a pattern here where it seems that certain threads are purposely being sabotaged in order to force their removal. The SSUSA must recognize it for what it is....... An attempt to supress ideas & thoughts that some individuals don't agree with.

Now I know that the SSUSA wants to put on a pretty face for potential members who visit this board but there's got to be a better way........
Feb. 22, 2009
353 posts
It seems that another one of my post has been removed. Those that responded with constructive comment, Thanks. Those that felt their personal agendas were being threatened or couldn't handle disagreement you responded as expected. Please find another tread to respond to or start your own so that the rest of us can interact as this board was designed.
Feb. 22, 2009
Men's 65
4549 posts
One should be able to read these threads and figure out by now, that it will no doubt be deleted at some point. If you have posted to it, as most of us have to one or another we are interested in, perhaps cutting and pasting them in whole as it evolves to another editable program for later reposting back with the "offender(s)" post(s) edited out, would allow the thread to continue.

Feb. 23, 2009
Men's 60
113 posts
Hey Mad Dog,
I agree with you. I've talked to several players who don't even post very much due to negative posters.

I enjoyed getting to know you and your wife a little better at CST. I hope you had a safe trip home.
Feb. 23, 2009
Men's 65
271 posts
mad dog, you are right on. it is unfortunate that some ruin useful threads because of their own self appointed importance,and you can bet they know who they are.
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