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How About Those Criteria, Then? We Mayn't Agree On Those Either

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on May 13, 2003 05:53:20 UTC

Harv: " How would Yaniru feel if you were the moderator? See what I mean. It should be someone objective who hasn't had any history in taking sides. A moderator should be judged as being impartial and objective (i.e., much better than NBA refs)."

I believe it is similar to good law in that we need very well-conceivedd, carefully-crafted criteria so that the moderator is only needed for the purpose of making the close calls.
What you proposed as criteria don't address
what I would address, and make much of matters
I think are not worth regulating. But in the
push-pull of forming criteria, maybe something
good would emerge IF deliberation were not cut
short. Unfortunately, this group has several members who simply race ahead of logic and then
become angry. Logic itself is essential or
any regulation.




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