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Posted 7th August 2008 at 06:56 AM by Alton Hargrave

There is a problem when one of us discovers that another member is being cheated or ripped-off. Warriors are not supposed to start battles on the WF.

The fact of the matter is that a rule is a rule and we should always try to respect that. No matter how much we think that we ought to expose the wrong being done. If exceptions are made for any reason, where would it stop? How many people here are mad, and rightfully so, about something someone else did?

You could ask Allen to make an exception, but that would be a bad idea because it would open the door to scores of similar situations. No end to it. And, there is no doubt that some innocents would become targets.

However, I would like to see a means of letting others know when a "fox is in the hen house". Knowing that someone is here to prey upon the unwary creates a clash of values within us. We are trying to abide by the rules, but we are taught to protect our friends from any harm.

Maybe a link in the signature to "My Opinion" or "The Real Story" or something of that nature. That would get the ugly details off this forum and get the job done without breaking "Rule No. 1" .

I don't know if the Warrior Blogs would be within the rules for this sort of thing.

Thanks,
Alton
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    Janet Sawyer's Avatar
    Alton,

    I doubt that a "Warrior Blog" would be an acceptable place to post that kind of information as the blog space is still part of the Warrior Forum.

    If you are intending to provide this kind of information it should be done on your own web space. I know one or two members here who already do this quite successfully.

    Janet
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