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    Default How to get deregistered in CS.

    Just a curious question:

    Apart from the mods dereg-ing you for infractions etc, is it possible to "dereg" yourself? I guess most people will just let their account go dormant but I was just curious if one could actively "kill" one's account?

    I ask this as I occasionally stumble across dereg names in posts and their post history do not seem to suggest the reason for their dereg, hence whether some of these dereg-s are voluntary.

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    Default Re: How to get deregistered in CS.

    Yes you can "dereg" yourself just like many other things you can do to yourself in this world. Something gives pain and other things give pleasure.

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    there are voluntary deregs.

    the member will pm mod, and then the mod will dereg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    there are voluntary deregs.

    the member will pm mod, and then the mod will dereg.
    Cyber harakiri?

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    there are voluntary deregs.

    the member will pm mod, and then the mod will dereg.
    yup... normally it will start of with...

    U *beep beep beep* mod...

    [body]

    [wall of text]

    [still got more to go...]

    [...]

    [die die some more last fart]

    end with... most importantly...

    I dun care you will dereg me or wat... ... ... ..

    then of course, i dereg, then i'll see a new nick pop up... vicious cycle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post

    .....then of course, i dereg, then i'll see a new nick pop up... vicious cycle.
    Reincarnation?

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    no la, sometimes people ask nicely right...

    e.g. i think scandal did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squall View Post
    Just a curious question:

    Apart from the mods dereg-ing you for infractions etc, is it possible to "dereg" yourself? I guess most people will just let their account go dormant but I was just curious if one could actively "kill" one's account?

    I ask this as I occasionally stumble across dereg names in posts and their post history do not seem to suggest the reason for their dereg, hence whether some of these dereg-s are voluntary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hongsien View Post
    What have we as Clubsnap society done that warrants you to deregister from us? If we have done something wrong let us know please........

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    lol... this sound like a reversal...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hongsien View Post
    What have we as Clubsnap society done that warrants you to deregister from us? If we have done something wrong let us know please........

    HS
    self-pawned....

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    Default Re: How to get deregistered in CS.

    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    yup... normally it will start of with...

    U *beep beep beep* mod...

    [body]

    [wall of text]

    [still got more to go...]

    [...]

    [die die some more last fart]

    end with... most importantly...

    I dun care you will dereg me or wat... ... ... ..

    then of course, i dereg, then i'll see a new nick pop up... vicious cycle.
    the cycle go on and on and and on,

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    people normally have suicidal thought when they are faced with situations where they are unable to find a way out of their comfort maze....
    at CS, basically the Mod will kill you off or you can request for a mercy killing shot from the mod. Some asked for a comatose jab, so that one can come back again one fine day.

    IMO, one should cool down and stay away from the forum for a couple of days/weeks/months if one has some issues with members or mods here, and after the cooling period, come back and accept the fact that we are only guests of the house
    always the Light, .... always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canonised View Post
    people normally have suicidal thought when they are faced with situations where they are unable to find a way out of their comfort maze....
    at CS, basically the Mod will kill you off or you can request for a mercy killing shot from the mod. Some asked for a comatose jab, so that one can come back again one fine day.

    IMO, one should cool down and stay away from the forum for a couple of days/weeks/months if one has some issues with members or mods here, and after the cooling period, come back and accept the fact that we are only guests of the house
    Yah agree. There are so many members here in CS, all sorts of different characters. It's something like army, so many different kind of people, so just have to adapt

    But CS is also like army, got many gui lan 'army regulars' that always wanna tikan new likruits one leh

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeiPiGu View Post
    Yah agree. There are so many members here in CS, all sorts of different characters. It's something like army, so many different kind of people, so just have to adapt

    But CS is also like army, got many gui lan 'army regulars' that always wanna tikan new likruits one leh
    tikum tikum?

    tekan is a better word... but i have yet to do that... mostly they selfpwn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeiPiGu View Post
    But CS is also like army, got many gui lan 'army regulars' that always wanna tikan new likruits one leh
    Got also Tu Lan 'army regulars' who are excessively harsh and critical on works of new recruits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    Got also Tu Lan 'army regulars' who are excessively harsh and critical on works of new recruits.
    Haha, cause they do pull ups never straighten their hands and do push ups chest never touch the ground

    That's why they kena whacked by the CS 'regulars', cause their standards very strict one.

    Sorry, and it's tekan, not tikan, typo error. Don't give me extra duty please officer DCA

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeiPiGu View Post
    Haha, cause they do pull ups never straighten their hands and do push ups chest never touch the ground

    That's why they kena whacked by the CS 'regulars', cause their standards very strict one.

    Sorry, and it's tekan, not tikan, typo error. Don't give me extra duty please officer DCA
    won't lah, at most ask u sign extra nia...
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    I was actually wondering if people dereg "out of protest"....
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    Quote Originally Posted by squall View Post
    I was actually wondering if people dereg "out of protest"....
    "out of protest" showhands will not work or have any effect if there is not enough support ... like here, if 6 persons starve themselves, no one will care, even if they burn themselves in public ... Singaporeans will usually siam and carry on with our own business.
    It works only when you have enough supporters like the Red flags, or the Yellow flags, etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by squall View Post
    I was actually wondering if people dereg "out of protest"....
    they are being silly, clubsnap got so many members, unless you can convince 200 other people who are clubsnap addicts to disappear with you

    your presence will not be missed at all.

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