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Re: New Staff

#61  Postby starr » Oct 06, 2010 9:55 pm

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Jan wrote:Well done to all for volunteering and many congratulations to the new mods on being appointed. :clap: :cheers:

I know you'll be very well supported and you'll have a lot of fun too - the staff are a great bunch of nutters people...

Fixed it for you. :nod:



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Re: New Staff

#62  Postby VanYoungman » Oct 07, 2010 11:42 am

My heariest congratulations and I'm thrilled for Pensioner because now he has three more to slag in the Mafia games.
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Re: New Staff

#63  Postby pensioner » Oct 08, 2010 3:10 pm

VanYoungman wrote:My heariest congratulations and I'm thrilled for Pensioner because now he has three more to slag in the Mafia games.


I'm just disappointed I did not get anointed Van, maybe next time and as for that Mafia game, never again I did not have a clue what to do so I will be giving the game a pass. :scratch:
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Re: New Staff

#64  Postby Jain » Oct 08, 2010 7:38 pm

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VanYoungman wrote:My heariest congratulations and I'm thrilled for Pensioner because now he has three more to slag in the Mafia games.


I'm just disappointed I did not get anointed Van, maybe next time and as for that Mafia game, never again I did not have a clue what to do so I will be giving the game a pass. :scratch:


I have no idea how that game works, I cant get through the rules! :think:
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Re: New Staff

#65  Postby Sityl » Oct 08, 2010 7:40 pm

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pensioner wrote:
VanYoungman wrote:My heariest congratulations and I'm thrilled for Pensioner because now he has three more to slag in the Mafia games.


I'm just disappointed I did not get anointed Van, maybe next time and as for that Mafia game, never again I did not have a clue what to do so I will be giving the game a pass. :scratch:


I have no idea how that game works, I cant get through the rules! :think:


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Re: New Staff

#66  Postby pensioner » Oct 08, 2010 8:02 pm

Jain wrote:
pensioner wrote:
VanYoungman wrote:My heariest congratulations and I'm thrilled for Pensioner because now he has three more to slag in the Mafia games.


I'm just disappointed I did not get anointed Van, maybe next time and as for that Mafia game, never again I did not have a clue what to do so I will be giving the game a pass. :scratch:


I have no idea how that game works, I cant get through the rules! :think:


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Re: New Staff

#67  Postby ConnyRaSk » Oct 08, 2010 9:23 pm

:offtopic: :box:

i never understood the rules of that Mafia game either, but if mods are playing there, i wouldn't want to follow any ( :what: )(the rules, not the mods) :whistle:
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Re: New Staff

#68  Postby Onyx8 » Oct 09, 2010 3:51 am

Darkchilde wrote:Congratulations to the new moderators.

To the people who applied and were not successful this time: We had a lot of good applications, and as usual, it is not an easy process. We consider all applications equally. Thank you for applying, for wanting to help this forum. As for myself, I hope that if and when we may need more moderators, you will apply again.



Indeed, congrats to all.

Well, I applied but feel I was quite successful in not being chosen, thank you. :thumbup: Always willing to help, but if I can just sit here and ignore the chores and no-one minds... well, I'm the guy for that.
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Re: New Staff

#69  Postby Witticism » Oct 09, 2010 5:36 am

starr wrote:Thank you to everyone who applied in our recent recruitment round for new moderators. It was a strong field. :thumbup:

I am very pleased to announce that Sityl, Mantisdreamz and Reddix have all agreed to join our staff team. :dance:

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Congrats Sityl, Mantisdreamz and Reddix :cheers: :thumbup:

PS. Just let me know which areas of the forum you are moderating and I'll make sure to stay out of them be on my best behaviour in them :grin:
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Re: New Staff

#70  Postby Witticism » Oct 09, 2010 5:38 am

ConnyRaSk wrote::offtopic: :box:

i never understood the rules of that Mafia game either, but if mods are playing there, i wouldn't want to follow any ( :what: )(the rules, not the mods) :whistle:

Its quite simply really.

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Re: New Staff

#71  Postby irreligionist » Oct 09, 2010 6:41 am

ConnyRaSk wrote::offtopic: :box:

i never understood the rules of that Mafia game either, but if mods are playing there, i wouldn't want to follow any ( :what: )(the rules, not the mods) :whistle:


Pffffff mods play because they think it gives them a better chance... the rest of us like them playing as it's an opportunity to flame them without getting infractions :mrgreen:

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Re: New Staff

#72  Postby mark1961 » Oct 09, 2010 8:28 am

Many thanks to the mods. past and present. Whose efforts make this place so entertaining and informative. I know I couldn't do it and am glad others can. :)
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Re: New Staff

#73  Postby Made of Stars » Oct 14, 2010 10:45 am

Congrats to the noobs!

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Re: New Staff

#74  Postby Loke » Oct 15, 2010 5:18 pm

:clap: Well done.
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