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Discussion in 'Announcements & Support' started by Wulfenite, Oct 1, 2004.
Flightinfo.com did it.
doesnt seem very "constitutional" to me...
Please forgive if I am out of line or mistaken on this, but the Constitution does not apply to a privately owned board such as this.
We are guests in Eric's house.
oh...i thought i was on the internet.
true though...erics house.
I thought that was what the OAF was for.
Ha ha... There's no guarantee of free speech on the internet.
The first amendment prevents the Govt. from infringing your right to speak, not from private citizens doing so.
The thing I don't like about the flightinfo penalty box is that they are publicly haranguing the member who screwed up. I like how Glock Talk keeps their dirty laundry out of the public eye. ^c
It sounds reasonable to me. I like the idea.
actually, you are logged into a computer eric own's located on his property.
Try advertising 30 round mags on eBay.
Try advocating lower taxes on Democratic Underground.
Try advertising for the New York Times on the Washington Post website.