The majority of your posts across the whole forum setting are name calling, insulting, critical, and very rarely helpful. Tone down the pedestal you see yourself on, stop bible thumping to members, and get your priorities straight. This is a HELP forum...not your personal bandwagon. You've been told about this before.....and for your information, the TOS regulates all of the above pretty closely, and you agreed to our CNET terms when you registered. If you don't like the rules here with how you treat other members, there are thousands of other forums that will accept your rude and thoughtless behavior without question.
Moderators owe you NO explanations...the fact that you have received them has been a courtesy on our part and not required. This thread will be locked because no further discussion about this will be forthcoming. Calling us Nazi's and the thought police don't help your cause......This is a privately owned forum and free speech only goes so far in it.
I can vaguely understand the removal of the first post, but the second round was considerably toned down. It is a perfectly valid point of view. Kids will find some way to circumvent any obstruction you put in their way, so why even bother? Like you never got your hands on a porno mag or something as a kid without your parents knowing about it.
Where exactly ARE the parents these days? We hear about increased violence, drug use, using asphyxiation as a means to get high, the list goes on... You always hear about how BAD things are, but strangely the parents never seem to be around in these cases. Study after study after study after study has shown that parental guidence is the most effective means of preventing these things. That DOESN'T include sticking your kid in front of the computer or TV as a babysitter. That's just plain irresponsible, and when I said that, you decided to play thought cop (since you don't seem to like the Seinfeld reference, and granted the show wasn't ever THAT funny, but did have a gem here and there) and delete my post.
So, without hiding behind the "any post for any reason" I'd like to see if you can justify your actions by citing some part of the Terms of Service that empowers you to do what you did. My guess would be you can't, but we'll see provided you don't cowardly delete this post as well. Being a typical American that runs from problems instead of dealing with them.