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Since the dawn of time there was Pr2... And Dragons. Oh, and people who like to break rules because women love bad-boys. Anyway, I just thought I would suggest a change in the moderator warning methods. As we all know the typical mod will warn someone for swearing, spamming, and just being rude to others and the warnings go 1,2,3. After that counting lesson they get a nice 60 second ban to remind people how many seconds are in a minute and a little scratch of a record on their IP address and username. As the IP or username accumilates more bans the mods start being less lenient and start giving higher bans because they want to make sure you know how many seconds are in an hour, day, week, month, and 4.6 years or whatever. Nice people trying to teach you stuff :3
Anyway, now that you all tl;dr that and should or should not know how the banning system works I will finally start explaining my suggestion! Have you ever seen people complain about how they don't see the rules or how the rules arn't defined well enough to understand them? Or have you ever seen that one sneaky rascall who acts up until a mod is around, accumilates 2-3 warnings, then stops until the mod leaves then starts doing it all over? Well Idc if you have or not because I certainly have and it's ridiculous and annoying and i'm sure mods are sick of it aswell. I think the whole 3 warning system is all dried up with so many loop holes for people to work around that it's inefficient and doesn't get rid of these headaches. So, I popped a few Advil and 2 months later I came up with this idea and I got really bored so I thought I might actually log onto JV just to share it with a bunch of people who don't care! I think Pr2 should be switched over to a single warning system. How I suggest it be done is that when the mods smack someone with that warning it will be an instant first time 60 second long warning that opens a tab on Pr2 itself (don't give anyone popups in their browser Mr. Jiggmin) and that tab should be filled with an in-depth set of rules that the user can click out of at any time. At this point the user was confronted with the rules and if he/she/taco acts out again they have no excuse and can continue right on to the ban-waggon.
In the little comment section below I would like you guys to discuss how poorly made this thread is and how bad of an idea it is... Unless ofcourse you like it then feel free to donate me your soul. Or just comment.
This is the tl;dr version: Stop being lazy, reading is good for you.