Thugger HBC wrote:aj49689 wrote:What about the thread "OT: Pierce finds out about Rondo's injury in Interview", shouldn't this be in the sticky "around the NBA"? I think its kinda sucks to read threw pages and pages of related thread material. I've seen a lot of inconsistency at times. Notice the other mod didn't give his opinion on the thread you locked? When you give your say so and then lock it, its kinda like older brother say so in which no body likes to here. Why not just lock it and keep your input to yourself in stead of locking it after you put your two sense in. Its just how I feel, but whatever your power makes you feel entitled to.
Sorry you feel that way, was not my intention, but I have no control over how it makes you feel.
But here's the funny part, you dont have to read those threads to place random statements in them, that's the irony of it.
I'm sure some may do it, but it isn't a requirement at all.
The object is to keep the board as clean as possibly, it will never ever be a perfect slate.
Notice that even though it wasn't and isn't locked, a mod did post in there...the third post actually "/thread".
Sometimes we keep a thread open for a reason....it's our discretion.
No difference than it being my discretion to make a comment in any thread and lock it if i feel the want or need to do so.
But like i said before, i locked it rather than deleting it primarily to you could transfer that thought to it's better suited thread.
I was doing you a favor imo, but nonetheless thank you for your concern.
Ok, as you feel entitled to do so and that's why I called it inconsistent. So what qualify as a good thread to be left open? Does it have to be more interesting or important and to whom? I would like to know because I really don't want to waste my time making it a new thread.