On Monday, September 4, 2017, LIQUID DAN posted.
"I had a really good conversation with a mod from here and especially since we have been friends for 30+ years he didn't like the fact of you threatening my business, so once again the ball is in your court!"
Of course I have no idea who this moderator is, so it makes it impossible to discuss or clarify what is true and what isn't with that moderator. I don't even know how that moderator feels or if there was a conversation, but if there seems to be an issue I would like to know. Liquid Dan has a way of changing what is true and often the facts.
Before any judgments are made, I would suggest reviewing and carefully reading whatever threats Liquid Dan is referring too. He has a way of leaving out or changing certain parts to meet his needs. Liquid Dan has certainly made numerous threats directed at me, but of a more physical nature. I doubt that was brought up though.
I'm sure Liquid Dan forgot to mention that he's posting personal information and sees nothing wrong with it. He seems to have taken personal offense to having it pointed out even though there are rules regarding such matters.
On August 30, 2017 I did respond to Liquid Dan,
GOOD POINT! So what gives you the right to be one of those who continues to post personal information when it's totally irrelevant. REXONE has even expressed his opinion on the matter, but you continue to say fuck it.
Originally Posted by Rexone
Here it is, plain and simple and as to the point as I can make it.
Do not post things on the forum that involve someone's personal situations, business, family, whatever, particularly in a thread that does not have a subject that pertains to above. If a member has an issue with something you've posted that falls into any of the above or similar categories of content, remove it at once when they make the issue known. Do not give cause for a post report.
If this is inappropriate, I apologize, but I'm not sure why it would be. I'm certainly open to discussing this with a rational person if it's appropriate
I don't know how to address a third party, when I don't know who the third party is, and Liquid Dan didn't think it was necessary or appropriate to provide a name.