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OPEN PSO PrivateLOUNGE - Fri Dec 27, 2013, 06:56 PM
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Since: Jan 2013
Posts: 833
Is it possible ,that we members and/or PSO be able to start open discussions with less rules in accordance to all others listed in this club,where if the topics get heated and on going that we as members are not threatined as to language used ,
I know things can get heated but for the majority ,I have seen many voice and then stop as to being threatened with suspension, many person's here have much more too say and are afraid of voicing as they might get suspended and from what I have seen it's what all are feeling at a particular moment. No-one should be penalized
MAYBE WE CAN OPEN UP A THREAD IN THIS SECTION AND MEMBERS WITH OVER 100 POSTS WOULD OR COULD VOICE MORE without any threats ,
AS LONG AS REPLYS HERE AND ANY VOICED STAY HERE AND ARE NOT PUT OR BROUGHT FORWARD TO ALL THE OTHER TOPICS AT THIS SITE.

THIS WOULD BE PRIVATE AND ONLY AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS THAT HAVE BEEN HERE FOR SOME TIME with rules so we can talk more openly
More discussion and thoughts as for the rules in the VIP open disscussion would be subbitted and agreed upon by all

Last edited by RiverFlat; Fri Dec 27, 2013 at 07:01 PM..
 
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Fri Dec 27, 2013, 07:32 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
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Hello River,

Simple answer no!! Not going to happen, the rules that PSO has in place be very easy to follow.

As for people being threaten, no one has been threaten here, they may be made aware of what will happen if they keep breaking the rules but it is never a threat just making sure they know there actions have consequences.

Have a good weekend

Brian

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