Jersey Girl wrote:
(Moderator Note) I split this thread because the blatant personal attacks were flying, and massively derailed the thread. Cam, it started with you, so I will caution you to please think about how things can escalate when you pop off a link like the one you listed. Ms. Jack, please do not make any reference to the incident I edited out of your description. It refers to an incident in Cam's real life, and per board rules, should not be discussed in the open forum. I warned Yahoo Bot of the same thing. Any further reference to this topic on the open forum will result in a brief suspension. Please PM me if you have questions or concerns regarding this ruling.
With all due respect, Liz, are you overlooking the fact that Cam's remarks about Jack's marriage and husband, are also references to *her* IRL?
It needs to stop.
I do not agree with Cam's attacks. I have also been a victim of Cam's attacks, if you recall. However, I was in "Moderator mode", enforcing the board rules that are currently in place.
Ms. Jack was mentioning an incident in Cam's IRL past which he explicitly denies, and has not given permission for anyone to discuss on the open board. That has been established plainly as against the current board rules.
It is covered here in rule #7:
Board Rule #7 wrote:
Do not reveal personal or "in real life" information about any poster on this site that he or she has not explicitly revealed here. This includes avoiding mention of his/her actual first or last name, even if he or she has made it available on some other website.*viewtopic.php?f=1&t=26
Ms. Jack has openly admitted that she is married, has talked about her family publicly, both here, and on her own blog, which she has referenced openly here on many occasions. I am not saying that Cam should attack her husband, but I cannot discipline him for doing so under our current set of rules. As long as his attacks occur in the Telestial Forum, my hands are tied from a Moderator perspective. Being a former Moderator yourself, I thought this is something that you would recognize.
The best thing that can be done in this instance is the kind of peer pressure that Stak has initiated here.