Yep, I also remember that. An explosion happened too I believe.
Don't even remember but the slightest off topic thing would mean the post gets deleted. A lot of owners were strict though. The clubs always die because members only just reply to the current topic instead of freely discussing what they want.
Damn that sounds worse than what I did. I moderated the Pokemon Clubs (it was Pokemon Groups before, bastards changed it after I left just to smite me I bet), so all I did was approve clubs, follow the awfully strict rules (hilariously enough, it was still a lot less strict than Serebii's club section), close clubs that are old or requested to, that kinda stuff. The section was pretty bad. Dunno about now.
It's a bad habit of mine, not just in the internet (it's harder that way), but in real life. I like to act tough just so to look intimidating. I don't know why, it's a fun thing to do. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
Also nice sig hahaha. Is that from 2 hours long episode with the ship? Been a year since I watched that one, so I forgot most of it. It was a serial murder though if I remember right.
You could say that. But really the bigger reason is that it just sucks to be a forum staff. It's basically chore (if not worse) in the internet and I didn't have time for that anymore what with exams and all. Coolest thing about it was that you get 10 times more recognition and respect for having a bold name though, for some reason, and people might be intimidated by you, which is cool too depending on the sort of person you are. (I think it's cool.)
I do wonder why I never got the ex-staff emblem. Then again I had the manly moderator for 8 months after I quit until someone finally realized that. That was a sad day.
I'm not going to have us start from the beginning since we have put a lot of time and effort in... all we really need is to get two or three more RPers to join and we are all set. They can start from where we are up to also which is good.
Haha, booting off everyone like I did sure as hell isn't going to make me friends but quite frankly they were taking up space that fresh (an active) members could be filling.