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I've seen this more than once. I've DQed an f1dreamb recording of his(the computer AI was buggy - now fixed), and I think Skito DQed his offroad score for not playing back(to deleted). He takes the former out of DQ and edits it like nothing happened. He takes the later out of deleted and unDQs it like nothing happened.

Maybe we need an email to tell him to wake up and that scores are DQed for a reason... or we pull off what we're going to do against Phil Lamat...


-- Anonymous, September 13, 2000


Yeah this is the second time he's done it for offroad, he also did it for ataxx i think but i didn't see any proof, i'll check the ataxx scores... That's pretty disrespectfull when the damn things he reinstated are dead inp files beacuse of nosound and nvram issues. This guy certainly has something up some orafice.

-- Anonymous, September 13, 2000

Yes, he did it to me too a while ago. I disqualified a T&F or similar recording for using RLH. He just changed it back again, and removed the line I put there about him using RLH.

Why should we e-mail him? I mean, I know he is stupid, but he can't be that stupid, especially not since the description is edited to show why it was deleted. Apparently, he thinks the rules don't apply to him.

Jeez. Err... cheers, Ben Jos.

-- Anonymous, September 13, 2000

If anything, this definitley belongs to be put in the "Strikes" for our three strikes rule. And now he's done it for 4 different recordings 6 times, maybe we could count each recording he did it with a strike :)

It would be nice there was a "history" of descriptions, or a description only editors could edit... or a "lock" on a recording so no one could edit it after the editors lock it (price or description.)

-- Anonymous, September 13, 2000

Don't even bother emailing him!! He has pissed me off this morning on another issue. He requested a *k1-aurail category which I created and e-mailed letting him know. This was done right when KOA started. However, he messed up and players posted scores to the MARP game. Now rightly so, some players want their scores archived. Unfortunately, he has decided to publicly take a stab at me and the rest of the editors.

-- Anonymous, September 14, 2000

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