[Clayart] moderated list

Paul Gerhold gerholdclay at gmail.com
Fri Oct 21 15:04:48 EDT 2016

I suspect that if you have a legitimate post that is really aimed at a discussion of the interaction of politics or religion with art it will make it onto the forum.  If it is just pushing or dissing religion or advocating for one political persuasion or another it  belongs elsewhere.  As far as I know this is a forum about art and clay and if a post doesn't have anything to do with either there are plenty of other sites.

Now if anyone wants to start and moderate a separate site where Mel can just dump his rejects that might be fun.  


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> On Oct 21, 2016, at 1:02 PM, Jim Brown <jbrown1000 at gmail.com> wrote:
> "Randy how would you know what Mel has censored unless it is your post being
> deleted.  Do the censored message get be  put in a special box for all to
> read. NO.  I only bring up politics and religion because they have always
> been a selective issue which doesn't always get equal treatment IMHO.  Sure
> there are plenty of other places to go talk politics or religion but some
> how not many that combined both and clay and art into one and I'm already
> on this forum and have been sense before Mel was Moderator.  If we can't
> ask for readdress of how Mel moderates with out being shown the door how
> will it ever improve." - Kenneth
> Outstanding post - surprised it made it here.
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