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@Admin a few photos for all Senators to ponder on to use to promote the presence of agnostic.com throughout the world by doing similar at other land marks.
. The ribbons adorning St Patrick's cathedral are in commiseration of those molested by priests... Are they evidence of lack solidarity amongst xtian sects or simply discriminatory hatred of Catholics?
After hiding in the Vatican and frustrating attempts to get him in front of a court the following was reported by the ABC - [mobile.abc.net.au] - Pell is or was the senior representative of the Catholic Church in Australia.

FrayedBear 9 May 16
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@TheMiddleWay and @SarahJustMe I still maintain that you are wrong. This is a post for discussion within the Senate however it also has opening for comment from all members.

I refute the points that you raise with the following statements:

1 . Promotion of site is a day to day activity that is the responsibility of all members.
2 . New concept. I do not read every post but have not previously seen this raised as a method to promote agnostic.com. It is therefore something not previously raised or discussed in the Senate.
3 . The future plan is evident to any without malice in their hearts. The plan is to create a series of photographs of the T shirt in equally prominent places around the world. This will identify agnostic.com as a world wide movement and not just some isolated, in the minds of the religious, crackpot in Ballarat, Australia.

The complaints and behaviour simply makes a mockery of the Senate.

Again, you can maintain we are wrong but the fact is that the community senate rules were written by Admin, he is in charge of the group, and he found your post to not be in line with those rules.

So if we are wrong, so is Admin and you should take it up with him, not us as they are his rules, not ours.

@TheMiddleWay The whole post is addressed to @Admin and as yet no one has has identified how the 3 points fail the group test.

@FrayedBear
Because I already did and there is no need to repeat it.

  • doesn't discuss the day to day activities of the community, only your individual one-day activity,
  • has no ideas for site or community improvement,
  • and presents no plans for the future for the community or the site.

@TheMiddleWay I understand that english is not your first language but your failure and reiteration of your failure to explain how you conclude thus or answer my questions has become abusive.

@FrayedBear
Your passive aggressive "English isn't your first language" reflects less on me and more on you.

Your question was answered.
The fact that you can't accept my answers is not my concern.
If they are not the answers you want, find someone else to answer them but so far I see nobody willing to engage you.

If you find me abusive, report me to Admin... just like if you think this belongs in community senate, request it of Admin.
At this point, take it up with Admin for clearly I'm not giving you the answers you want.

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That's a lot of ribbons! Note: I'm moving this post to the main forum.

Admin Level 8 May 16, 2018

It is a senate issue on promotion of how to get agnostic.com more widely known. The ribbons are incidental. But perhaps you have not noticed that each photo in the post includes a T-shirt? Will you also be moving my original post regarding the T-shirt if you move this one?

The ribbons also are only present in 20% of the photos posted.

The ribbons as much as anything represent discrimination against the Catholic faith by non-catholics.

@FrayedBear Oh, just wanted to give your post more visibility. No worries. 🙂

@Admin Please note that I have edited the post to clarify its purpose to enable the understanding by the challenged Senators and those with ADD or inability to understand English .
I suggest that it be shared back into this group.
However isn't it more appropriate in the site administration topic than being buried in religious posts?

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As Sarahjustme stated, your post is off topic.
The stated purpose of this group is:

"This group is reserved for level 7+ members to discuss the day-to-day activities of the community, improvement ideas, as well as future planning. "

This post addresses none of those three.

Please move this post to a better group and then delete.
May I suggest L7U as a perfect place to talk to level 7+ about this but not here.

Please explain how discussing means to promote agnostic.com throughout the world does not fall within your quoted definition?

@FrayedBear
Not my definition; The groups creator, Admin.

And per what he put up for this group, what you've posted:

  • doesn't discuss the day to day activities of the community, only your individual one-day activity,
  • has no ideas for improvement,
  • and presents no plans for the future.

And the fact that this was moved shows that Admin, the group creator, also felt your post was not in line with community senate but in line with other groups.

However, thank you for the seeding of the concept of sharing the post with other groups to create discussion and inform.

@FrayedBear
"The complaint and behaviour simply makes a mockery of the Senate."
Ultimately it is Admins group and he did not agree that it belonged there.
So clearly I wasn't wrong in my interpretation of his rules.

Please read Admin's response above.

@FrayedBear
If you think this belongs in community senate, petition admin to move it back.
See what he says then. 😉

@TheMiddleWay I never considered that my original post and its purpose would have been so hard to grok.

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All well and good, but where is the subpoena for the evil swine who covered for so many child molesters
for so many years

The subpoena is in the same place as the ones for all those clerics advocating crusade, jihad, genocide, rape, circumcision, chosen races and eternal damnation of none believers.

@FrayedBear Oh Utah then?

@LenHazell53 if that's where they are lodged, yes.

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May the wheels of the Justice mill, whilst slow, grind thoroughly.

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And the extent of the xtian hatred of Catholics as expressed by the tying of those ribbons to the railings.

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