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    Re: Moderation for ICANNWatch?
    by fnord ({groy2k} {at} {yahoo.com}) on Sunday July 15 2001, @05:47PM (#1403)
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    I support this. My mod level is set at 0 because there are some anon comments worth reading (even without the bug) and I halfways assumed without looking that some were already being modded down to -1. Of course this just means that the netkooks will get fake or throwaway addresses and signup but so be it. At least it will be easier to tell one nutbar from another.

    Oh, and the puppies are cute. That's puppies, not puppets. ;-) -g

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    Re: Moderation for ICANNWatch?
    by alan on Sunday July 15 2001, @06:41PM (#1405)
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    I second the motion. The number of trash postings is clearly out of control.
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    Re: Moderation for ICANNWatch?
    by alexander on Monday July 16 2001, @01:52AM (#1410)
    User #22 Info | http://www.icannchannel.de
    Yes, I agree too, and I can certainly do without most of the anonymous postings so far. (Do I get a -1 for "me too" posting? ;))
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    Re: Moderation for ICANNWatch?
    by hofjes on Monday July 16 2001, @05:02AM (#1411)
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    I cannot agree more.

    I browse ICANN Watch several times each day. However, I have very limited time. The ccTLD and New.Net marketing/promotion, among other trash postings, wastes my time and does not add to the discussion.

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    Re: Moderation for ICANNWatch?
    by Anonymous on Monday July 16 2001, @05:13AM (#1412)

    Once you sanitize the comments, you'll lose viewers. For instance, this post deals seriously with "Moderation for ICANNWatch?".

    But if I throw in that I'd like to suck on Britney Spears's tits, what's the big deal?

    This is a great website. Don't be geeks and screw it up.

    If you only want "proper" comments, just provide a form with a bunch of yes/no, or multiple-choice questions.

    Maybe your problem is that now you can't stop thinking about the offtopic part of this post. Heh heh heh.
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    Re: Moderation for ICANNWatch?
    by tlr (reversethis-{gro.tsixe-ton-seod} {ta} {relsseor}) on Monday July 16 2001, @05:25AM (#1414)
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    Good idea. Go ahead.
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    Re: Moderation for ICANNWatch?
    by Anonymous on Monday July 16 2001, @11:23AM (#1418)

    It would seem things are pretty bad at new.net if this is the only way to get attention. Ha ha
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