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Re: WW2 Wargames Club for Gentlemen update - 4/9/2012 7:16:50 PM   
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WW2 WARGAMES CLUB FOR GENTLEMEN – Members wanted

Following the comments on The Blitz and Matrix CS Forums about my
site, I would say the following :-
Far from being a risky place to register, I can assure you that it is only by monitoring who joins that I can bar disruptive individuals from joining and ruining a club that the members are enjoying, albeit a handful at the moment. Already I have had false game reports being made on the site by an outsider and that is why I monitor applications, not a power mad ego as I'm accused of having. Such is the childish mentality of some people on the forums, I just don't want them on my site, simple as that.
Along with a Blitz member attempting to join my site just to spy on what's going on for the their' site members, (not suprising his application to join was rejected, - as he replied when fronted, quote – ''understood'').
There is nothing sinister about my club and my tag or the fact you need to be accepted when joining membership, nor that I request your password on my site's forum, that is my way of securing that only registered members are able to access the forum and report games. 'The Master' is my ladyfriend's nickname for me and, as I designed this site on a Victorian Gentlemens' club theme, I felt 'Master' of the house was the tag I would choose. It is just a monicker, nothing to do with ego tripping as some have alleged and I know a few of my friends here can attest to that!
Anyway, I have now removed the tag 'Master' and replaced it with 'Peter Glint'. Im sure many of the wargaming fraternity will now know who I am!
In maintaining a rigid monitoring of the acceptance of new members, I hope to keep a safe, pleasant site alive. Due to my lack of knowledge running web sites, I am merely trying to protect our site.
Above all else, be sure that joining this site is a safe and enjoyable place to join, nothing more sinister than that, lol!
A few have been personal friends for some years in here so, forget the propaganda you may read about me at other sites.
My site has also been registered at http://hist-sdc.com a highly reputable site and further endorsement to the validity of
my site.
So, take a look and join up ! Matrix ; Gary Grigsby's War in the East' is also included at the site if you are looking for
opponents!

http://www.ww2wargamesclubforgentlemen.com


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RE: Re: WW2 Wargames Club for Gentlemen update - 4/9/2012 9:37:21 PM   
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Does this mean that "Torpoint" and "Noissy" are the same person?
Or, just another layer of the former "mystery" that we were fed?

BTW, I am asking in case I want to join myself. I'd like to start over from scratch with my CS play.

RR

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RE: Re: WW2 Wargames Club for Gentlemen update - 4/9/2012 9:39:30 PM   
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I'm most likely joining too, just haven't gotten around to it yet, already have 13 games going!! I also will start from scratch, although not sacrificing much there, since I only really just started PBEM in earnest!!

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RE: Re: WW2 Wargames Club for Gentlemen update - 4/9/2012 9:42:21 PM   
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If you want to battle with a grizzled old 'warhorse', let me know?

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RE: Re: WW2 Wargames Club for Gentlemen update - 4/9/2012 9:45:06 PM   
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I certainly will, right now am pretty busy, but a couple of the games are very stagnant, new guys!! Hawk Kriegsman is schooling me big-time. Thanks for the invite, what do you like to play the most?

Mike

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RE: Re: WW2 Wargames Club for Gentlemen update - 4/9/2012 9:47:37 PM   
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Anything that you feel comfortable playing.
Yes, Erik does have a few games under his belt?

K'talyn and Korea are out because they crash when I try to save in them. Have yet to figure it out.


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RE: Re: WW2 Wargames Club for Gentlemen update - 4/9/2012 9:56:53 PM   
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Hmm, so you can open a scenario? If you like, can you go into Windows Explorer, and just left-click once on either the Korean or K'talan folder, and write me what the address bar says the location is? Or, better yet, a screenshot?

Erik is a good guy, really enjoy playing against him, and always willing to play another one!!

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RE: Re: WW2 Wargames Club for Gentlemen update - 4/9/2012 10:33:45 PM   
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Good to hear ! Look forward to your applications guys.
A handful of guys are in the club now and even got
Gary Grigsby's Matrix WITE going with two guys.
Nothing sinister about asking for my guys forum passwords,
just had some intrusions so making sure I know who I'm talking
to in the site.
For instance, received this e-mail -

''First Name: Mr.Last Name: SmithE-mail: abcdefg@hij.comSubject: Your ClubYour Message: A club run by someone who calls himself "The Master", with locked forums and game reporting, secret / obscured member listings, and members required to give their real names and surrender their passwords to "The Master" is a dictatorship that will attract few players. Who wants to operate in such an environment? I give this club 6 months before you pull the plug on it.''

Pretty sad guy who posts that, seeing the criticism I received for staying incognito?
I've had good wishes from various quarters and not one of my members
have questioned me about my asking them for their forum password for the site.
As Shakespeare said,  ''Much ado about nothing'' !

If you are going to be a genuine member, join in, if not, stay where you are, your choice guys?
My club is staying and it will be a sound club. All are welcome.

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Noissy


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RE: Re: WW2 Wargames Club for Gentlemen update - 4/13/2012 10:41:59 PM   
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Glad to see you joined up Warhorse !
To all others, check out the site and join in the fun.
All is fine with the members so far!

regards
Peter

http://www.ww2wargamesclubforgentlemen.com/

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RE: Re: WW2 Wargames Club for Gentlemen update - 4/26/2012 6:02:31 AM   
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Hey Ed,

By the way I have been meaning to tell you that I love your avatar!

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/9/2012 10:31:19 AM   
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I would like to invite you all to join a new wargames club. The club
is a new one and is looking for more members.

The club facilitates all games and eras, with ladders, forum etc.
A quick browse through the website pages will explain the whole essence of this new club. Hopefully, an invigorating,
new start for many jaded members of some other sites as well as
a new place for new gamers to join in a place where they are made
to feel welcome.

We welcome some of the notaries from other wargaming sites for their' knowledge, advice and input as well.
Please take the time to inspect the site and contact us and hopefully, join membership.
By all means, invite other old wargaming friends to visit the site as well.

http://www.ww2wargamesclubforgentlemen.com/

(Please note: This is not spam, merely an attempt to promote a new
club and attract new members into the club.)

regards

Peter
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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/16/2012 2:29:55 AM   
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"If you are going to be a genuine member, join in, if not, stay where you are, your choice guys?
My club is staying and it will be a sound club. All are welcome."

Allright noissy,

I may take you up on your recent invite proposal and no hard feelings about our past exchanges!

Thanks

Big Ivan

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/16/2012 6:52:02 AM   
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No problem Big Ivan

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/22/2012 3:11:23 PM   
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Marketing a new "gentleman's" wargame club, while at the same time targeting comments at other communities a la "160 idiots" is a bit of an oxymoron don't you think?

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/22/2012 5:55:13 PM   
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Let it go Petri.
I'm sure that Karma will prevail?
We'll find out soon enough when one of his members posts something he does not agree with?
Then there will be "161 idiots"?



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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/22/2012 6:31:17 PM   
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I was just offering a neutral observation :)

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/22/2012 8:20:15 PM   
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Why say I'm targeting my comments at other clubs? Being a bit paranoid there.
I'm happy with the way the club is going and more are joining but, best of
all, they are members that welcome the concept of the club and are aware that
this sort of trashy posts won't be tolerated in the club and, I'm happy in
knowing it's a group of members who won't cause any disruption. A refreshing
change from some characters I could mention but wont.

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/22/2012 10:25:24 PM   
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Peter you just can't help yourself, can you?

I guess we'll have to look for your 160 members?

And, it's only you that seems to want to keep up the flames?
I only mentioned for Petri to back off in case he would ever want to join your club.
Lord knows you would deny him passage if he dared to disagree with you on anything? Or, even call you out on your displayed hypocrisy?

RR

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/22/2012 10:41:50 PM   
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Get a life Ed
You make it blatantly obvious why my club
attracts guys who are fed up of the disruptive
elements at other sites.
160 members? I don't care if I only have 50, as
long as they all enjoy the environment and are
happy, along with avoiding the likes of you buddy.


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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/23/2012 5:11:41 AM   
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I came to this thread yesterday, and thought the "marketing slogan" to be a bit peculiar. Still do, actually. But maybe it is just me. That is all.

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/23/2012 10:49:27 AM   
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As I said Peter, if you want to avoid me "keep my name out of your mouth" and stop responding to everything I write.
Typical of you to keep up personal attacks while you think you are taking the high ground?

Also typical is that you do not let any facts destroy your well entrenched theories?

I've said numerous times that you should enjoy your club. But, you keep throwing your same old tired garbage at others and myself. Bluster away. That is so "gentlemanly" of you, eh?

More bovine excreta for the masses that follow you?



RR

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/24/2012 12:47:51 AM   
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Silcox,

I'm a member at Peter's club. You are suggesting I'm a follower and I feed on bull ****.

Guess what? You can kiss my ass dickhead. Idiot.

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/24/2012 7:56:10 AM   
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Well Peter started with a suggestion the other gaming communities consist of idiots. I am a member of such club. Never participated in any flame wars. Yet I am an idiot? He did not mention bovine excreta though, I'll give him that

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/24/2012 10:13:37 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Dan K

Silcox,

I'm a member at Peter's club. You are suggesting I'm a follower and I feed on bull ****.

Guess what? You can kiss my ass dickhead. Idiot.


So your one of the so called "20 sensible guys" are you? it really shows in your command of the language and general gentlemanly ways he must be so proud, and a great advert for the club well done..

< Message edited by Otto von Blotto -- 5/24/2012 10:14:59 AM >


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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/24/2012 10:29:07 AM   
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OvB, I figured Danny Boy just cannot contain his "gentlemanly" ways?
He'd never be able to say it in his own club.
They do say when you resort to cursing you've already lost the argument?

I'd show you his stats but that would not be fair?
Until recently he liked playing banned "members" on one club site and now can play all he wants to on the other. He sure does have a lot of game reports against Shadows and players with lines through their names. Just sayin'.

Another in the line of tough guy "cyber bullies", eh? Most likely tapped the keys a little harder when he typed out his thoughts?

LOL Danny. You really stepped up here didn't you?

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/24/2012 7:32:03 PM   
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I'm not saying who the idiots are crossroads, they know who they are.
As for Dan, he's a fine member of my club.
As for being a great advert for the club, the guys who belittle it and,
are well known for their 'anti-views' over so many peoples ideas, and
are well known to many folk at various sites, these idiots are the greatest
advert for my site

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/24/2012 7:32:59 PM   
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I'm not saying who the idiots are crossroads, they know who they are.
As for Dan, he's a fine member of my club.
As for being a great advert for the club, the guys who belittle it and,
are well known for their 'anti-views' over so many peoples ideas, and
are well known to many folk at various sites, these idiots are the greatest
advert for my site

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/24/2012 10:33:12 PM   
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See the irony?
Peter just can't help himself. He is so excited he posts twice?

And, with what both Danny Boy and Peter see as "fine membership" they both are in the club for crude gentleman with the language they have chosen to post on the Matrix public forums?

Facts against theories (your ideas) is a problem for you Peter?
Just more Bovine Excreta for the masses.
And, to think that you might have posted a message to stop your "gentleman", ladder moderator/club officer, from posting tripe and vulgarities. You want to think it is good advert for your club?

It's why Petri can't understand it. Nor many others?

RR



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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/25/2012 8:04:34 AM   
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As I wrote I just bumped into this thread a day or so ago. Given I had wished the new club best of luck, and e.g. Jim vK did that as well, I was a wee surprised to find this particular marketing thread referring to 160 idiots as a punch a line. Gave me a rather roger-mooreish-raises-his-quizzical-eyebrow moment. Where's the emoticon for that when I need one?!

But anyway, that is just me, I am done at this thread. Good luck everyone.

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RE: Re: The Wargamers Club for Gentlemen - 5/25/2012 1:34:27 PM   
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Peter / torpoint / noissy / master / glint etc

I too found your tag line odd especially as being members of more than one gaming club over the years I’ve found you tend to have the same people on both.

So out of the 20 sensible people who are on your site I would imagine a fair few are also counted as idiots as they also belong to the club you are sneakily having a dig at.

A club who's members have mostly wished your new club well and especially so from it's owners and management. Until very recently you were a vocal member of it and have tried to rejoin since your toys got thrown out of the pram and you resigned.

I have no interest in you, your club or the ongoing feud you have with RR and it seems the blitz club in general. In fact it is all rather tedious, you may feel hard done by but guess what ? not everybody and especially me cares in the slightest.

I have said about why I wouldn't join your club for gentleman which was more to do with how you initially set up the club the master, the cloak and dagger stuff, wanting peoples passwords, the fact you kept the club ownership details hidden as well as the frankly sad attempts to control the membership to those you judge worthy in fact you should be thanking me for showing what was putting people off. I see you have since changed most of my suggestions of what was wrong.

You have many times in the past spouted off about free speech it's a pity that you don't seem to want to allow any in the one place you have a chance to actively encourage it on your own site.?

That said I do not wish your club any harm at least it keeps you occupied and happy so why not enjoy it rather than trying to create friction with everybody else.


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