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I just finished reading the "Feedback regarding Forumosa's Moderators 2004" post in the Feedback & Announcements Forum. I was a little surprised by all of the negativity regarding the moderators. These moderators spend their free time trying to make Forumosa a better place. We should be thanking them instead of criticizing them. I know that no one is perfect, but I truly believe that they try their best. I have never had any problems with them. They have always answered my questions quickly and professionally. Please post responsibly and make the moderators job a lot easier. Cheers and thanks!
P.S. If anyone was offended by my post, please contact your nearest moderator.
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