The scavengers actually erased my entire comment and made one of the silliest response arguments I have seen, out side of maybe some CoL debates. I of course replied, and am getting close to using your original response next.
Egads, what incredible pissants! Yet again they have erased all of our comments and posted a whiney little message in it's place, making no useful response to our comments. lol! I'm am even more tempted now to return a comments section to their front page, just to watch them go ping some more! :P Maybe I should collect all the comments from their pages history and post them on ours, as they insist on removing our dialog, but leaving a comment about us on their front page? --Gilant 20:02, 3 Jan 2006 (GMT)
Hello, I'm a member of the CDF, and co-coder of the CIT (Creedy Intelligence Tool), here. Isn't it so uncanny that independantly two groups have come up with the same concept? No really, thats really cool. Hope to hear from you soon. Spook 15:14, 16 Jan 2006 (GMT)
I revived the guy you asked on UVA page. --Brizth 16:06, 22 Jan 2006 (GMT)
A moderator on a wiki is not like a moderator on a forum. Moderators on a wiki are regular users empowered to service the community, and all their power can only be used if the community allows it on a case by case basis. As such, we are no different to any other user on the wiki (even our word holds no greater weight than what we earn in discussions with others), and no higher standards of conduct need be applied. --Grim s-Mod 04:48, 8 June 2006 (BST)
Hey. I fully understand your complaint about certain members getting their Barhah all over the wiki page, although frankly there are some MFD members and associates who could also learn how to keep it in their pants. Either way, yes, the problem is being discussed by RRF leadership, and I will be keeping an eye on things. While I am a loyal RRF member and Barhah Brigade soldier, I subscribe to the idea of having at least some wiki pages showing some fucking intelligence behind them. Nervie 17:05, 25 February 2006 (GMT)
howdy Torvus. I couldn't get your brainstock link to work. can you holler at us on [our forum] with a formal suggestion of alliance? We're very interested in a joint--and hopefully city-wide--PK list. As well as mutually-beneficial zombie-ass-whuppin', of course.
Out of curiosity, what is your affiliation with the DEM? They also have contacted us.
rsvp, solidarity, --Bulgakov 01:59, 6 April 2006 (BST)
natch, I was just curious how DEM and MFD are related. and yep, as it turns out we're already imbricated on your forum--I've been gone for a bit.
so email me direct and confidential with your wishlist of things-groups-could-really-work-towards in this game, I'll do the same, and we'll brainstorm, eh?--Bulgakov 08:51, 7 April 2006 (BST)