Senior HTF Member
- Mar 4, 2001
I understand rules,but when they limit your real legitimate concerns/questions about film,that just does'nt make sense. If the person was rude,threatening,mean spirited,hateful ect ect & just did'nt add anything to the board or topics.
I don't think that the rules limit your concerns in any way. They do limit the repetive asking of the same question. There were four separate Friday the 13th threads in the Studio Feedback area. Also, just because a studio reads, doesn't mean that they have to respond and to continue to ask them when you won't accept the answers they are willing to give is rude.
[Edited last by AdrianJ on November 13, 2001 at 01:27 PM]
Isn't that what this board is about? To ask studios about releases,talk about movies ect? Well it sure seems like it's not as much fun to post here as it used to be,since it's getting to oppressive. I understand rules,but when they limit your real legitimate concerns/questions about film,that just does'nt make sense. If the person was rude,threatening,mean spirited,hateful ect ect & just did'nt add anything to the board or topics. Thats fine & i can see the reason to ban them. But for politely speeking there mind on a concern of theres for a film,we've been trying hard all year to get released in it's proper form to no avail,since the studio keeps making up more excuses. I just don't understand that!
Asking questions to studios is one thing but to continue to ask the same repetitive questions over and over again can be considered a form of harassment. On HTF, no studio representative is obligated to answer any questions regarding dvd releases which has been repeated to Wes and Ricky on several occassions. What is so difficult to understand about that statement? Furthermore, speaking your mind is welcome on this forum but if your question hasn't been answered after being repeated so many times then you have to accept the fact that you're not going to get an answer. We ask our members to post responsibly with a level of maturity. What was displayed by certain members in a couple of those threads was far from any of those two attributes. In closing, Ricky had been given many chances to change his posting habits but he continued to ignore the warnings given to him by several different moderators. Also, one of his last postings actually contain a threat to do bodily harm to Paramount representatives. Such action is considered zero tolerance around here and don't represent the actions of a reasonable and rational person.
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