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Thread: How do you report offensive posts?

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    How do you report offensive posts?

    There's a new one here that isn't supposed to be here - don't know how to deal with it in the new system... am I missing it somewhere?
    So many beers, so little time off...

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    I was thinking thinking the same thing. I do see that they have deleted it.
    Could we make a sticky listing mods and their respective forums?

    A report this post feature again would be nice.
    Olgethorpe is screening me!

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    click the little red and white triangle on the top right side of the post, next to the post #, to report it.
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    Oh man, I missed an offensive post??? That sucks.
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    Never would have seen the triangle had you not pointed it out. But now I know - thanks!
    So many beers, so little time off...

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    Did someone disparage Fritz Maytag in some way?
    As a matter of fact, I do have a good reason for smelling like a brewery.

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    Citizen's arrest, citizen's arrest. (Said in my best Gomer Pyle voice)
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychodad
    Did someone disparage Fritz Maytag in some way?
    Well, this guy does in the video here- http://beerrecipes.blogspot.com/2008...ican-beer.html

    In fact, he gets a bunch of stuff wrong in a mere less-than-two-minute video (tho' he's talking so fast, that's not surprising).

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychodad
    Did someone disparage Fritz Maytag in some way?
    Why would that be a reason for Fret to cry "offensive?"

    Now, if they'd disparaged Fret...

    S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jesskidden
    Well, this guy does in the video here-
    As I call it, "13 years of hell?" Yeah, like he endured it. Too bad he didn't have to endure the years of hell between my 18th b-day and the first time I found a craft-brewed beer!!

    I'd really like to see some research on the younger crowd who never knew life without good beer on the shelves. Finding a small liquor store with strange new brews (EKU 28, Brand, Hacker-Pschorr Hefeweizen) around 1981 was like being Indy Jones and finding the Well of the Lost Souls!

    Heck, discovering that a small convenience store over the border in Wisconsin was somehow getting Coors was exciting (it was new from the same ol' around us, it couldn't be had east of the Mississippi at the time, it was... underwhelming)!

    So yeah, you guys born into the Renaissance should feel real lucky when you see the variety on the shelves!

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    Hans Fritz is my new hero.

    I like how he talked about microbrewer's but a lot of the footage was of booth bunnies and macro pours.
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    I get disparaged all the time. And I still come back here. So THAT couldn't have been it...
    So many beers, so little time off...

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    Reminds me, anyone who has Netflixx can watch Brewed in America on demand on their site. Mostly about the big guys but fairly in depth for a 45 minute documentary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wortchillergoal
    I was thinking thinking the same thing. I do see that they have deleted it.
    Could we make a sticky listing mods and their respective forums?

    A report this post feature again would be nice.
    individual forums no longer have specific moderators, we've been globalized...
    keep on truckin'...

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    Time to revive this dead thread.
    To the admins/moderators, whoever you are, how do we deal with obvious spam in PM's?
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