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Agnapostate posted on Wed, Sep 16 2009 10:03 PM

http://mises.org/Community/forums/t/10763.aspx

I must have missed the rule against posting my own writing where I please. Was there a legitimate reason for the lock or did the admin involved simply not have an answer to regurgitate from his most recently downloaded Hazlitt PDF? ;)

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He had reason. you were trolling. you're first post back and you seem to be gearing up to troll again....

if you go headfirst in that direction. you will soon be banned again.

perhaps you can behave this time? the choice is yours (or Jon's in case he thinks you returned too soon)

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If you didn't notice, I sock'd up. This was necessary because Irenicus unilaterally permabanned me without explanation and apparently without consultation with the other mods. For what? For criticizing Walter Block's monopsony article, which I found to be uninformed and ignorant of dynamic monopsony? My main account should be unbanned; I'm always a civil dissenter until someone starts flaming.

Incidentally, I didn't see any prohibitions of cross-posting my own writing in the forum rules; all I wanted to do was maximize my number of responses. I think I should be able to re-post that thread and my economic calculation thread.

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Apocalypse:
I was just banned from the Ron Paul Forums too

Anarcho-Socialists don't tend to support any of the reasons, why Ron votes the way he does... now do they? ... Didn't think so.

Apocalypse:
not for incivility like

Obvious troll is obvious.

Ron Paul is for self-government when compared to the Constitution. He's an anarcho-capitalist. Proof.
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Oh, and my threads in which I devastated the regulars were moved, naturally. If my ideology is so weak, you should be able to easily tear it apart here instead of needing to unjustly remove me from discussion.

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nirgrahamUK:
if you go headfirst in that direction. you will soon be banned again.

Banned already.  Ban dodging is a no-no.

Also graveyarding this.

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Conza88:
Obvious troll is obvious.

Please don't engage banned trolls.  It is just egging them on.

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