... Not gonna quote you all, but gonna sorta make a reply towards you all. I do think a ban warning was a little excessive for it, but it happened this way..
I wrote the post, and then went and did some stuff and came back to notice my post was not complete. I figured that I didn't finish editing it and hit confirm, and I go and edit it again to realize there was a note on the edit from MM saying something like "unnecessary comment". I was like, WTH and so I erased my edit, and put at the end of my post.
So yeah, I did edit it again after he edited it once, but like wth all I said was how he was lazy for not looking himself and asking us what had to be done.
Anyways... This was the exact post I got this warning (Or threat, whatever you wanna call it) for.
Post was then deleted and after this is what MM wanted to say.
Now, I can understand that lazy is somewhat of an insult depending on how you use it, but like.. Look at this warning (threat).
And remind you, This was my first "warning" I've got.
Just for the record, and so that other members can hear the other side of the story, the reason you received a warning/infraction was not for your original "lazy" comment in the thread in question, but rather you got the warning because of the fact that you went back into that post and edited it (after I had removed the original 'lazy' comment), for no apparent reason other than to leave yet another smart assed comment directed to me.
In fact, yours wasn't the only post that I edited or deleted in that New Member Intro thread... however the other member who's post I deleted obviously didn't see the need to lash back with a another comment, and as such didn't receive a warning. You, on the other hand, did.
I think that a lot of leeway is given with regards to the off hand/off color comments posted on these forums, however I don't think that when someone new joins the site they need to be told that they are being lazy in their very first post just because they asked a question that may have been asked dozens of times before. If you can't be a little more civil to new members, perhaps it would be a good idea to refrain from posting replies in the New Member Intro forum.
In the future, if you see that your post has been edited by a Moderator for content, you would do well to note the reason why and just simply move on. Going back into the post and making further smart ass comments won't get you anywhere (other than perhaps another warning/infraction).
As live_to_ride said, if you (or for that matter, any member) have a problem or issue with what a Moderator does, send a PM. Or in this particular case Arrethul, you could have replied to the PM you received. Obviously you chose not to reply to the PM, and decided instead that you would take the issue up here in an open forum to call me out once more.
Not too cool Arrethul... not cool at all.