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Postby mtodd » Wed May 18, 2005 9:14 pm

QoB wrote:What is happening is censorship based on "my way or the highway." In essence, the freedom of expression is OK as long as it fits "my" guidelines. I find this inappropriate use of moderating power.


This is just my OP and I'm not trying to offend anyone or any moderators.


Newsflash! Freeedom of speech does not apply to a message board run by a private company. Nobody is trampling on your rights here.
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Postby grainbrew » Sat Feb 11, 2006 11:25 am

"freedom of speech", "freedom", "liberty"...all words that are thrown around too often. It's so easy just to play the "freedom of speech" card. I'd rather see intelligent comments than anything just for the sake of excercising "freedom of speech".

What's being said is fair. If I'm reading a review, I want some real tasting notes and comments.

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Postby hopbumpingbrewer » Tue Jan 29, 2008 10:40 am

I do not think that there is anything to get upset about.

Jamil is trying to give us all a better look at all beers.

I used to be quite myopic about beer and whatever I did not like, I just said it was dead or it sucked.

For some years since I have left the planet of Myopia, I enjoy all beers so much better than I ever have. Much of the credit goes to descriptions of beers I would have never tried, all of a sudden makes me drool.

A fresh description and attitude on any beer is welcomed in my book. Not sophomoric responses.

You go Jamil,
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Re: Before you post a review

Postby Eastside Brewer » Tue Apr 22, 2008 2:36 pm

hopbumpingbrewer wrote:For some years since I have left the planet of Myopia, I enjoy all beers so much better than I ever have. Much of the credit goes to descriptions of beers I would have never tried, all of a sudden makes me drool.


Planet Myopia just called, they want you to stop drooling and come home! :lol:

hopbumpingbrewer wrote:A fresh description and attitude on any beer is welcomed in my book. Not sophomoric responses.


+1 Bump, don't out me yet, but I am getting close. Ratebeer is a whole new world!!

Eastside........

p.s. when did having something meaningful to say become so complicated?
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Re: Before you post a review

Postby Jason Whitt » Wed Feb 04, 2009 9:00 pm

me too.
Rock on, bro's !
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Re: Before you post a review

Postby Dmac08 » Thu Feb 05, 2009 7:15 am

Jason Whitt wrote:me too.


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