Alot of people lately all over the net are cranky,letting things bother them that didnt before.......
Maybe whats happening to the USA might be a reason.. (The economy) Im not sure.......
I think if staff on a said site doesnt like something someone posted,they should just delete the content!! (Banning someone isnt very nice (Only the ADMIN on a site should be able to do that (Not the staff)))
it wasnt the economy or fact that you posted something that we didnt like ,it was the fact that you posted something asking someone to do something illegal. And you really aught to have known better, you have been warned many times before. There was a staff discussion. Some were in favour, some were against. However it was eventually found that asking someone to do something which would break the rules was not breaking the rules itself, and that therefore you would be better off with a warning instead of a ban.
either which way, this thread is not the place for a discussion about this.
3.11 runs okay online, you can install a 16 bit version of IE5. Its a bit of a PITA to get TCP/IP installed but its doable. Once you do that you are good to go on the net.
I got firefox 1.5 on NT 3.51 in a VM (its a real 32 bit os like XP so can run a surprising number of recent programs, doesnt run FF2 or 3 though, because it doesnt like the fact it uses the program manager instead of the explorer shell)