Each piece of proposed legislation may have a different response on what the Michigan gun orgs are willing to compromise on, with regard to criminalizing parts or all of currently legal OC. Asking the question and tracking the possibly unique answer in each bill's thread seems logical. The start-off question is the same, but the answer for each bill quite possibly is different. Other than asking the question and tracking the possibly unique answers in each bill's thread, what is your suggestion on tracking this relevant question's answers for each bill?
. . . and your back & forth with Q on the same.
Q posts to me and I respond. My responses to him have been civil and addressing the particular content he posts to me. As far as I know, "back & forth" with someone isn't a problem, it's the content of each individual's postings that may be a problem. I don't believe my content in response to him warrants moderator sanction, is it the content he initiates to me that may warrant your sanction? Perhaps he initiates off-topic posts to me and he should stop doing that, maybe?
Multiple complaints received on same.
Are the complaints justified? The posts I initiate are relevant, on-topic or not too far off-topic, and civil. The world, and the internet, is full of complainers, you and I both know that. There are complaints, and then there are valid complaints. If you have a valid complaint against a post of mine, I guarantee you I will respectfully take your moderating guidance and comply with it, if you give to me my material that is offensive and explain how it is offensive, if it is not clear to me. I respect this site and objective moderation guidelines.
It was headed for a major ******* contest, hence my comment.
My posts are are relevant, on-topic or not too far off-topic, and civil. Are we non-hecklers responsible for where the hecklers take the discussion, or are the hecklers responsible for that, and they should be the ones whose posts or posting privileges moderated?