NCAAF  > General NCAAF  > Do "Mega-commenters" bring down the quality of the boards?
January 21, 2009, 08:44 PM
I have recently noticed a lot of trouble between newer and less-commenting members and those I like to consider "Mega-commenters" on the NCAAF threads, or people who have contributed over 1200 comments. Sometimes these mega-commenters provide good, solid contributions, but at the same token, some of them think they can push less commented or learned members around with insults and to some degree threats. Sometimes they like to act as if they are minor moderators, and sometimes even to the point of pushing or driving others off the boards. And no, this is not the same thread as Urbanator's Around the Table rant. But really, do you feel the the Mega-commenters bring down the quality of the boards? Feel free to point out any that you think are guilty of abuse, or those who only make positive contributions. Also feel free to point out any users that you think are heading towards mega-commenter status and which side they fall into.

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