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Should the original posted be allowed to delete replies?

Yes, he should be able to delete replies to his own post at will
No, only the moderators should be able to delete replies (we usually do not)

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kav

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Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« on: February 19, 2016, 10:22:00 PM »
It seems that some members get frustrated by negative replies to their posts/ideas.
The point is to keep a balance between too much negativity that discourages people from sharing ideas ans systems and the ability to critique and doubt.

Should we give full control of each topic to the original poster?
« Last Edit: February 19, 2016, 10:49:23 PM by kav »


 

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Re: Vote! Should the original posted be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2016, 10:57:47 PM »
If there is someone who puts negativity in here is Real! He lied, and I just pointed it out.
  He accused me of lying, of scam, and he said I was a fake profile of someone else. I didn't saw you putting shields to cover me.
  I respect your work here, and your attitude, but this guy and his friends crossed the river many times, and just because they have to sell their junk (if wasn't so, junk I mean, they will spend time getting money from casinos, not from people).
  Mine is a winning system, and I will never sell, and never reveal outside my family. People here works together to figure out a system or at least a strategy that works. This is good, and everyone should encourage this. What is the meaning of get annoyed by Real or his friends?
  If you see what has happen lately, you will see less posts and less idea, because I thnk people is getting sick of been treated like fools or idiots, and quit working at open air, sharing ideas. It was supposed to be so? I don't think so.
  Anyway, I said mine. Forgive me for this rant. I will out for 4 days (my weekly casino trip) so I will not be able to follow this forum or just occasionally. I am curious to see what people think.

 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2016, 12:22:04 AM »
Dr. Talos,

You are delusional. I never accused you of that. However, maybe I should have based on your recent silly response.
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #3 on: February 20, 2016, 12:25:35 AM »
Dr. Talos,

You are delusional. I never accused you of that. However, maybe I should have based on your recent silly response.

Look who's talking...!
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #4 on: February 20, 2016, 12:48:32 AM »
Drtalos,Nobody here is going to send you money.  You should probably try the gypsy scam elsewhere.  This forum already has other system sellers.  Lol


And is not the only one. You said I am full of s***, I am an attention grabber, and so on and so forth.

Caught again. It will easily became an habit...
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #5 on: February 20, 2016, 01:45:09 AM »
Dr Talos,

Don't worry, you're not the only dim witted gypsy trying to play the secret system scam game.  This board is infested with them.
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #6 on: February 20, 2016, 01:55:54 AM »
Yes, the first is in front of your mirror, all others are around you.
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #7 on: February 20, 2016, 02:06:35 AM »
 Why on earth would you think I have something to sell?
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #8 on: February 20, 2016, 02:13:26 AM »
Why on earth would you think I have something to sell?

Simply because it's more sensible rather than pretending that you care about our well being and try to save us from misfortunes!
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #9 on: February 20, 2016, 05:28:30 AM »
Reluctantly  , I vote that the original poster should have the right to delete posts that don't address the point /s at issue .Reluctantly , because I think the moderator should already have done that. This may lead to fewer posts but more relevant replies from interested parties.
It is abundantly clear that some - mainly self-styled AP - abuse the forum by their mainly  irrelevant contributions. They seem oblivious to the fact that they are dealing in the abstract which does not necessarily translate  into reality .
Real denies that he is selling anything and yet he has produced a book which Mike seems to have bought so I think his purpose here is to peddle his view and persuade the unwary to buy his book which seems to deal with biased wheels.
It has been said that a sign of madness is  to keep doing the same thing and expect a different result.
The self - styled  AP keep telling us that roulette is unbeatable and we keep telling them that we disagree but they still persist !
Deleting their irrelevant  , offensive posts might help keep debate civil.
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #10 on: February 20, 2016, 06:10:35 AM »
Sorry but I do not have a book for sale.

I'm rather amused at how the system sellers accuse me of having something to sell. 
« Last Edit: February 20, 2016, 06:43:24 AM by Real »
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #11 on: February 20, 2016, 07:44:22 AM »
Reluctantly  , I vote that the original poster should have the right to delete posts that don't address the point /s at issue .Reluctantly , because I think the moderator should already have done that. This may lead to fewer posts but more relevant replies from interested parties.
It is abundantly clear that some - mainly self-styled AP - abuse the forum by their mainly  irrelevant contributions. They seem oblivious to the fact that they are dealing in the abstract which does not necessarily translate  into reality .
Real denies that he is selling anything and yet he has produced a book which Mike seems to have bought so I think his purpose here is to peddle his view and persuade the unwary to buy his book which seems to deal with biased wheels.
It has been said that a sign of madness is  to keep doing the same thing and expect a different result.
The self - styled  AP keep telling us that roulette is unbeatable and we keep telling them that we disagree but they still persist !
Deleting their irrelevant  , offensive posts might help keep debate civil.

Another rhetoric excellence from someone who represents democracy very well, however I didn't expect anything less from you Scepticus.

From my experience I can almost certainly state that roulette path is a lonely road...look around you and tell me what do you see?

Is this the place which will someone be inspired, is this the place which you could share something really useful and valuable??

Why would someone even bother unless he/she wanted just to joke around?

Look at yourselves before you turn against others and wonder:
 "what have I done wrong? If I wasn't wrong I wouldn't be here saying those things"
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #12 on: February 20, 2016, 03:11:55 PM »
Sorry but I do not have a book for sale.

I'm rather amused at how the system sellers accuse me of having something to sell.
I have challenged you before Real, to tell me where I am selling a system because I do not so I am the one who is amused at your continual false accusation.
You DID publish a book and Mike DID say he  bought a book from you. If I remember rightly you published it about ten years ago and it deals with biased wheels .Another AP  DID say that you worked at installing roulette  wheels for about 40 years . So what are we to conclude from all this if not that you are here to subtly inveigle the unwary - via PMs- to enter discussion and persuade them to buy your book ? 
Perhaps Mike will  tell us that he was only joking when he said that you sent him YOUR book.
You are careful to avoid discussing YOUR idea of AP but criticise others in the forum .
WHEN will you realise  that roulette is a gambling  game and  we DO know that the odds are against us and we don't need  EDUCATING us on this when you yourself need educating on the HISTORY of roulette. For example the limits are not there to thwart collusion but to thwart progressions-particularly Martingale.
So stop your silly nonsense !
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #13 on: February 20, 2016, 04:20:39 PM »
You DID publish a book and Mike DID say he  bought a book from you.

No I didn't say that. To my knowledge Real has never sold the book, and  as I mentioned in a previous post, I think he regretted ever letting it get out at all. It was neither "self-published" or put in the hands of a publisher, but was circulating in PDF form some years ago. I got a copy from another forum member (on another forum) -- not from Real himself.

And Real has never worked "installing" roulette wheels, so you've been misinformed.

And I don't think the thread starter should be able to delete replies. IMO that would be totally against the spirit of a forum.
 

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Re: Vote! Should the original poster be allowed to delete replies?
« Reply #14 on: February 20, 2016, 05:19:14 PM »
You DID publish a book and Mike DID say he  bought a book from you.

No I didn't say that. To my knowledge Real has never sold the book, and  as I mentioned in a previous post, I think he regretted ever letting it get out at all. It was neither "self-published" or put in the hands of a publisher, but was circulating in PDF form some years ago. I got a copy from another forum member (on another forum) -- not from Real himself.

And Real has never worked "installing" roulette wheels, so you've been misinformed.

And I don't think the thread starter should be able to delete replies. IMO that would be totally against the spirit of a forum.

Mike
How do you KNOW that Real did not publish a book ?
How do you KNOW that Real did not  install wheels in casinos ?
My recollection is that you DID say that Real gave you the book. Perhaps you will copy - paste your post where you mention this ? I do not recollect you - or anyone else -saying that it was in PDF form
In Gambler's Glen someone DID say that he had read Real's book and said  that it was even better than Real's hero Laurance Scott's book .
Real's knowledge of the wheels is exceptional and I acknowledge that but an AP DID say that Real was employed in that industry for 40 years and this would explain why he has visited every casino on the East coast of USA . Where did that AP get  that information other than from Real ? Furthermore, Real did not deny it !
Your defence of Real is touching but there is more than your opinion to be considered.
Please tell me why those who differ from you should not be allowed  to express their opinion without the persistent rubbishing of their ideas ? We already KNOW that we face odds against us so you most certainly do not " educate " us here.
 As you say, this is a forum for expressing opinions but we should respect points of view  other than our own even though  we disagree with them. If the Mod  will not delete offensive posts why shouldn't the author  be allowed to do so ?.The rest of us will be able to tell whether or not the author is being evasive. Civility  costs nothing so why object to going off-topic ? Or do you approve of the use of terms such as - liar- moron- scammer etc. ? Really ?   
And , if Real's PDF is not for sale why doesn't he make it available for the members here ? Why is he not prepared to discuss HIS ideas here ?  The  idea   of AP is not in dispute - only Real's view that this can be done without the use of a computer.   
« Last Edit: February 20, 2016, 05:28:12 PM by scepticus »