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As of February 2013, the site had 613,742 accounts (this number includes banned, duplicate, inactive and closed accounts), 2,297,620 threads and more than 36 million posts.
A wide variety of topics from music to politics to bereavement and to personal relationships are widely discussed, mostly from an Irish perspective.
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The website was brought under control in 1997 by the CCP .website contains more moderators than members at a ratio of 22:1, due to this each comment is reviewed and edited before being posted on the website User original comment: "does anyone want to go for a pint down in Mc Carty’s” Message posted:"Buy Chinese low alcohol rice beer” 2nd user reply: “man your such a scab drinking that sh!
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Some non-gaming related forums were added to the service, and the retitled "Cloud Boards" began using the Ultimate Bulletin Board software.
Murphy proposed a more general (not just Quake-related) forum, dedicated to general Irish issues in 1999, and considered the name to be a more useful and desired domain.
“Women were IMing me everyday looking for advice on everything from avatar pictures to font sizes. I was knocking a case of Red Bull a week just to keep awake. “Unfortunately, too much of the high life just catches up with you eventually. Knowing that someone else was now moderating my forums.” the 2010 moderator of the year said.
I never wanted it to end.” On November 17th 2010 Cyril had a nervous breakdown and was admitted to St. “When I eventually left hospital after being gone for the whole afternoon, I realised what had happened.
I would warn them and ban them from for a whole week. ” In fact, Cyril surpassed his 20 member a day banning target and soon moved up the ladder, prompting the company to declare him one of their toughest moderators to date. I was running some of the biggest forums on the website like the ‘After Hours’ forum and the whole ‘Regions’ forum.
I was literally running the on-line version of the country” the 26-year-old said.
I looked around at my bedsit and it was littered with empty cans of energy drinks and pizza boxes. “I decided to not use the Internet for a while.” “It must have been at least two hours later when I logged back on to He said that I was slipping down a slippery slope and if I didn’t get back into form soon I’d be demoted to moderating the ‘Prison’ forum (The prison forum deals with already banned members who want to appeal their case and get back into the prestigious website)” Cyril soon got back on-line and started moderating again. I just let it run wild.” Things got quite crazy on and it wasn’t long after that Mr Ronan finally got his banning IM. “I’m going out side more now and I have made new friends online. However, I do have a peek at the Mustard forum now and again to see if the new guy is doing his job right.