Because just like when I click on the link...
NOTHING comes up.
Those services delete or move or require registration to view the stuff.
If you post them on futures.io (formerly BMT) they stay attached to the thread and don't disappear when the external url changes or dies.
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I have to say I'm still a little confused. especially about this part in your pm:
I wasn't aware I was bringing that much negativity to bmt. and it certainly wasn't my intention.
anyway I got that pm right after I "thanked" a post by @Zondor (btw he got the exact same pm as I did):
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that post is in the vendor review section. I always thought a vendor is a vendor and you can share your view, good or bad. but it seems because that certain vendor is also a bmt sponsor, it changes a few things. but still, my "action" was intended for the vendor and not bmt.
as a side note. why not removing that "thanks" option? I already mention that a long time ago. it would not only solve the problem above, it would also stop the complaining about "why don't I get more thanks for my wonderful posts"? it's anyway not representative, some posters only need to fart and receive 20 "thanks".
about my post you mentioned. I wrote that post because:
- someone made an insulting post (btw that poster has a history of arrogant posts)
- you defended that insulting post by saying the rest was helpful
- someone else said why care if the language is unsavory
so, I'm still not convinced that my post is the one with negativity.
I do understand and agree that it's impossible to make everybody happy. instead I would rather like to see that every member is treated the same way. same rules for everybody. it's normal that you like some members better than others, that's a human thing. but the rules should be the same imho.
as @timefreedom correctly said, it's your forum, you make the rules. and I certainly will obey them.
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I sent the message because of a pattern of reinforcing negative behavior like zondors post.
Zondor has made his thoughts about TST well known. He was just posting to bash them some more and he knew it would illicit a response, look at the end of his post.
I posted a reply in the thread that made it clear where I stand.
Users like you mistakenly think sponsors are given special rights in posts in exchange for paying me. In fact the exact opposite is true. I tell all sponsors they receive no special rights to promote their products in posts. Ask any of them, I've made it very clear.
Contrast this with another forum that doesn't allow a vendor to be discussed unless that vendor pays. Once they pay, the vendor can post or promote at their leisure.
On futures.io (formerly BMT), vendors have been banned for not following rules.
Everyone is so quick to assume it's done kind of protection money or I defend vendors, and those people couldn't be more wrong.
Countless threads exist on futures.io (formerly BMT) that would never be allowed to exist on other sites because the vendor would demand them removed or sue for their removal. I've already proven I put my money where my mouth is and stand up for users rights to voice genuine experiences.
There is also a balance required, like everything in life. Zondor and others don't think TST is good for traders, fine. I've shared my own thoughts on the matter in the thread, and I wouldn't call it coming to their defense. But I also can't allow someone to just constantly complain. At some point the person needs to move on, otherwise the community is at risk. People like drama, just look at entertainment TV. It might be fun but it makes for a poor educational aid on futures.io (formerly BMT).
Please do me a favor and post the entire PM I sent you here for everyone, as well as my follow up PM to you.
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