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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i just watched little big man last night, and there the cheyenne/"human beings" ate dogs. so i think as indian conquerers, the americans have claim to expertise in the area just as legitimately.

I like this line of thinking.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

My wife tells me that because the Chinese, who will eat nearly anything, do not have a recipe for cat this is de facto proof cats are inedible. Apparently the same cannot be said for dogs.
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

I have never thought about this, but the reasoning is compelling.

au contraire... cat is food in the southeastern part of china, and I've seen cat meat on a plate when I was a kid. also, cat is a delicacy on the planet melmac.
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

My wife just registered for Purse Forum

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ugh... good luck with that... style/fashion forums are full of psychopaths, racists, wannabes, snobs and people who just post inane dumb shit. and then insult each other's wife/mom/family
post #12093 of 14839
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

I like this line of thinking.

very lawyerly, amirite?
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What is the difference in powers in HM and DH? I know DH get theirs for sticking around for a while and generally being an asset to the community, and HM get theirs for sticking around too much and flagging spam.

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

What is the difference in powers in HM and DH? I know DH get theirs for sticking around for a while and generally being an asset to the community, and HM get theirs for sticking around too much and flagging spam.

As i understand it.

1. DHs can only affect posts in the subforum they are DHed in. HMs can affect posts throughout the forum.

2. DHs can actually edit or modify any post in their subforuns the same way a user can modify and edit their own posts. HMs can only flag posts and hide them for moderator review, but not actually modify the content of a post.

3. DHs have more authority to modify content as they see fit, anything from highly off topic derailment to offensive posting. HMs are really only supposed to use their tools to hide spam or OTT abusive offensive posting.

That is how it was explained to me.
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So what is the difference between a DH and a subforum moderator?

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

So what is the difference between a DH and a subforum moderator?

hey, I want to know, too.
post #12098 of 14839
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

So what is the difference between a DH and a subforum moderator?

okay, now that anyone who might have gotten a chuckle out of ^ has regained their composure, the short answer is that we get emails when a post is flagged in our subforum, we can delete or edit any user's posts in any thread in the sub-forum, and we can delete, rename, move, or close a thread.

iirc, DH members have mod powers only in threads they start (but I could be wrong on that)

Also, it's kind of our job to read our respective sub-forums and be proactive about anything that looks wrong or troublesome. Spam, trolling, NSFW images, etc. Keep the streets clean, that sort of deal.
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post


au contraire... cat is food in the southeastern part of china, and I've seen cat meat on a plate when I was a kid.

Well, there goes a good theory shot to hell!
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I don't know, Pio, no one in this world eats cat because it tastes like pussy! Amirite, rach??
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Well what are you supposed to do with the rest after you weave your catmere?
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Originally Posted by Thomas View Post

iirc, DH members have mod powers only in threads they start (but I could be wrong on that)

in MC they can use their powers in all MC threads.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Well what are you supposed to do with the rest after you weave your catmere?


Goddammit, where is Iroh when we need him?
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

in MC they can use their powers in all MC threads.

But they are not supposed to.
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

But they are not supposed to.
We have kind of a gentleman's agreement among us that any of us can intervene in the other's threads. We don't do it much and we usually tell each other when we do.

I can't think of an instance of any of us messing around with a thread that's not one of ours.
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