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Should CH members who are mods disclose themselves?

Porthos | Nov 5, 201101:47 PM

I ask because it seems as if certain hounds who appear to be moderators are allowed to post certain things with more liberty than those hounds who are not moderators or friends of mods.

Recently on the LA boards, the mods allowed a certain hound to call me "cheesy". I shrugged this off and chalked it up to a poor attempt at a pun. This was allowed to remain on the boards however, my request that a very trusted hound chime in on a particular thread that in the past has been shown to be his/her expertise was deleted? What gives?

Very odd behavior and I suspect allowed because the hound that made the comment was a moderator or a friend of one and thus allowed more liberties than other members.

For the sake of fairness and accountability of posting, should CH members who are mods disclose themselves so they are as accountable as anyone else?

I say yes.

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