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Thanks Asclepius! I really like the Otaku Cafe so I'm happy to moderate it.
Hmm does Mr. Prince enjoy asskicking? How have you been, Asky?:
And addicted to Kuroko no basket
I was watching videos of grammar, financial math, etc and i needed to watch something to avoid getting sleepy. Then i downloaded and watched K project.
But i still needed more videos, so i downloaded Kuroko.
And i'm always slaping Mr. Prince
Happy Valentine's Day!
T-T-Thanks, Faust. Happy Valentine's Day to you too!
Is there an existing thread in the Beelzebub Forums for the Manga Colored Pages and Color Spread?
nevermind I found it XD
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So how do you become a moderator on this forum? Looks like to me that you can come onto this place for 3-4 months then you're a moderator. Ok maybe I'm just exagerating but this forum has more moderators than any other forum I've ever been to.
So how long are you going to stay around here, teebs?
I was a moderator on a small (now defunct) D.Gray-man forum before, and you have no idea what a blessing it is to have so many moderators, supermoderators, and admins.
We actually try and have a moderator for every forum, more than one for the very large ones. Even if a specific forum does not have many disciplinary issues, it is nice having someone who can directly communicate local needs to the administration, while representing the site at the local level. With so many sub-forums, a large staff has proven an effective means of quality control, and communication. Local moderators are heavily vetted by the global moderator and administrative staff. Tenure, and post count, is only taken into account insofar as they can show regular activity.
If Kishi kills off Sasuke, there might be e-riots, but I can't imagine an e-revolution coming to MH.Quote:
MILLY FOR ADMIN!