Personally I don't give him that much space in my head, but you go right ahead.Soi Dog wrote:We should do the same to his website.
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Soi Dog wrote: Keep letting KiR badmouth your website on any platform he wants while he keeps all the advertisers and therefore all the income.
Thanks, I forgot to address that...Hotdigr wrote:Soi, I don't know much about the forum business, but I suspect financial reward was the very last thing OD and the General had in mind when they set this particular one up.
Believe it or not The Dragon and have had ZERO conversations about money thus far (except one offer where someone approached us, and we are likely going to turn down).
Money was the furthest thing from our minds when we started this. Seriously.
We are both passionate about having a cool forum related to Cambodia, since we both love living here and have no plans to leave!
I don't think we'll be quitting our day jobs anytime, soon, LoL, which was never part of the plan.
General Mackevili wrote:Soi Dog wrote: A successful and bitterless forum that has few advertisers and practically no income. Is that the concept? How long will that experiment last? Fine. Keep letting KiR badmouth your website on any platform he wants while he keeps all the advertisers and therefore all the income.
It shows his true colors, not ours.
It's surreal to see him putting the nails in his own coffin.
^ nail meet head. This is spot on.
Agree with Gen Mac, (reworded) "any advertising is good advertising". [That's what you meant, yeah?]General Mackevili wrote: No publicity is bad publicity, right?
If someone slags off CEO, then people will be curious and want to check it out for themselves.
If they look at the 'active topics' page, they will see a diverse range of topics under discussion and a healthy active forum. Not to mention a professional looking site.
KiR has been digging his hole for about 10 months now. It's getting deeper everyday.
I noticed that Scobienz has made very few posts since becoming a mod. Why? Because he never has and does not contribute any interesting new threads of his own. He only makes comments about what other posters have written. Take away the forum thread makers and he has absolutely nothing noteworthy to say. It must be lonely being the last mod of a dying forum. No new comments to moderate... unless you are into threads about breakfast tea varietiesvladimir wrote:Kind of like winning a race because the other runners got shot. A proud moment indeed.terrifiedanimal wrote:And that, dear friends, is how Scobienz became a moderator on Khmer440.General Mackevili wrote: The next day I added him on Twitter (don't forget to follow me! @Mackevili) and within minutes I was given an ultimatum: Stop whatever project I had going on with The Dragon and I would be made Moderator of K440, or continue working on our new project and receive the ban hammer!
and KiR's tweets prove that he is viewing this forum. Hi little Peety. I bet you've read every post here and continue to do so.
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Joker Poker wrote:Don't forget, they had a Candy Bar add for ages too. Oh yeah, Vixens as well.FreeSocrates! wrote:keeping_it_deleted is appearing to be a bigger idiot by the second. Does he not know they have ladies of the night at Cavern? A bar that currently advertises on his site?General Mackevili wrote:Haha! ! ! Don't do that, but definitely feel free to invite your friends over here!
Someone has mentioned on here that K440 has actually completely censored out our website! (Which means if you type CambodiaExpatsOnline.com anywhere on K440 it comes out like *********** instead, LoL!
^Feel free to put that theory to the test!
But the big boss over at K440 has FINALLY started giving us a little due publicity! ! Right next to his tweet about cute little puppies for sale.
No publicity is bad publicity, right?
KIR was the very reason I stopped posting (different name) there ages ago. No issue between he and I, but it was the utter contempt with which he treated others that did my head in. Seems many are in the same camp, and this is giving CEO an unbelievable boost - right place at the right time.
Yes, contempt and negativity. Your sentiment is well shared in the expat community, at least the 10 people I've talked to.
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