[Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby rookie93 » March 20th, 2015, 2:49 pm

kcpoole wrote:
dansai wrote:
I hope I've misread your intentions and you are here for good discussion

I doubt it!
I suspect it is an old member that has been banned and cannot get over the fact they broke the rules of the site and now want back in.
I assume they are having a hissy fit that we as a Mod team and steven as the owner, do not want to again go through the previous grief as before.

Ken


Given the lack of respect shown by Steven & the moderators towards members I seriously question why anyone would want to bother.
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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby Jarad » March 20th, 2015, 2:59 pm

rookie93 wrote:
Given the lack of respect shown by Steven & the moderators towards members I seriously question why anyone would want to bother.


Hey there rookie, are you ok?
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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby Steven » March 20th, 2015, 3:31 pm

rookie93 wrote:Given the lack of respect shown by Steven & the moderators towards members I seriously question why anyone would want to bother.


Matt A AKA Maxwell Jones, AKA Agendas, AKA Matthew Allam, AKA 42 Mice, AKA Fourtytwo Mice, AKA rookie93, Why do you keep joining after we ban your accounts? You say AusBonsai is crap yet you can't stay away?? Now you have gone and got your partners account banned too just after I removed the IP ban in good faith. I'm sure this won't stop you as you brag about using proxies but I've just reported your serial behaviour to your service provider - maybe they can stop you.

I have refrained from bringing up your dirt in the forums but you persist in being a pest here and in other mediums. Why don't you divert your attention to your trees?

We have given you chance after chance yet you let your ego and strange motives get in the way every time. Take a hint and go away. You are not welcome here!

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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby peterb » March 21st, 2015, 1:52 am

Hi All
Well said Steven , this is a great forum. Having read stuff on many forums and seen the stupid dog fights and rubbish people write and engage in :tounge: , I like the fact that people treat each other with respect and generally stick to what we all want to engage in on this forum , which is the pleasure and joy we get from growing and developing our trees. :tu: We do not need nor want trouble causes . As i've said in a different post it's great to have people with the knowledge and experience that we do on this forum and the fact that they so readily share that knowledge with the rest of us . A big thank you to the moderators for the many hours they spend looking after this forum :tu:
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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby Josh » March 21st, 2015, 6:09 am

peterb wrote:Hi All
Well said Steven , this is a great forum. Having read stuff on many forums and seen the stupid dog fights and rubbish people write and engage in :tounge: , I like the fact that people treat each other with respect and generally stick to what we all want to engage in on this forum , which is the pleasure and joy we get from growing and developing our trees. :tu: We do not need nor want trouble causes . As i've said in a different post it's great to have people with the knowledge and experience that we do on this forum and the fact that they so readily share that knowledge with the rest of us . A big thank you to the moderators for the many hours they spend looking after this forum :tu:
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Well said Peter. I agree totally. The mods do a great job, can not fault them in their moderation of this site. Well done guys.

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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby Ray M » March 21st, 2015, 10:46 am

Hi folks,
I would like to endorse what Peter and Josh have said. This is a great forum, and I for one, want to learn more about the art of bonsai. I appreciate the information shared by all. It's great to hear from people more experienced than me, but also good to see those new to this art form participating as well.
Thank you Steven and the moderators for all the work you put into this forum. :clap: :clap: :reading: :reading: :aussie: :aussie:

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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby Rory » March 21st, 2015, 11:04 am

Steven and others... We are all sorry for the headaches that you guys endure and obviously behind closed doors that we don't see. But as others have said... We love the time and efforts you guys put into providing us with this awesome website. We all appreciate it immensely.

The road to wisdom is paved with potholes, but as Monkey, Tripitaka, Sandy and Pigsy found out.... It is well worth it in the end and karma will prevail. And if anyone is confused by this last sentence, you need to watch monkey magic. My 6 year old son thinks Monkey is the greatest show ever. There is still a lot people can learn from that wonderful show.

Keep up the great work Steven and co.
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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby Pup » March 21st, 2015, 11:06 am

It is said that you cannot teach an old dog new tricks. That is bull shari. The Mods and Steven taught me, you can push a cart so far with a broken wheel, but it will eventually stop.
So to learn new tricks is to abide by the rules.

Then every one is happy, just limit yourselves to what you know, and ignore rubbish.

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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby Andrew F » March 21st, 2015, 8:54 pm

bonsaibuddyman wrote:The road to wisdom is paved with potholes, but as Monkey, Tripitaka, Sandy and Pigsy found out.... It is well worth it in the end and karma will prevail.

BORN FROM AN EGG ON THE MOUNTAIN TOP!


I need to source the DVD's of this.
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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby Rory » March 22nd, 2015, 9:03 pm

Andrew F wrote:
bonsaibuddyman wrote:The road to wisdom is paved with potholes, but as Monkey, Tripitaka, Sandy and Pigsy found out.... It is well worth it in the end and karma will prevail.

BORN FROM AN EGG ON THE MOUNTAIN TOP!


I need to source the DVD's of this.


Elemental forces caused my bonsai to die. From it, then came another purchase. The nature of bonsai was....
Very expensive!
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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby Andrew Legg » March 22nd, 2015, 9:24 pm

I find it odd. We have how many thousands of members on this forum and it's only the occasional banned individual (and not even all of them) that find the mods rude. Strange that. :lost:

Good job to the mods :tu: this is one of the friendliest and relaxed forums I know.
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Re: [Forum rules] The spirit and intent of AusBonsai

Postby HARRYS » October 27th, 2015, 12:14 am

Wow very nicely presented and written:)
i didn't really need to read it all but ended up that way :tu:
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