Tolerance & Diversity On Vital Man City
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Everyone who visits and uses our site/ forums should respect others. Thankfully, we have a family of registered users who, in the main follow the forum rules.
I encourage debate, banter and freedom of speech. In fact, an ex-admin chap decided, probably under the influence of alcohol, or other substance, vented his frustration at me and the site itself (front-page comments section). The comment is there for all to see, but why he decided to have a go, beggars belief.
We are all from different backgrounds and therefore we must not, and will not go down similar lines to the likes of Rivals whereby swearing and intimidation is the norm.
Vital Manchester City has come along way in such a short space of time and long may it continue. My co-editors and I are striving to make this site one of the best City sites anywhere, and when I say the best, I mean it.
We have current projects on the burner, which, if and when they come off will blow our rivals away. Why I hear you ask? Well shall I put it this way? We are no 'Run of the Mill', boring website. Everything we do has a reason and purpose, which in turn attracts folk to our network. If you don't believe me, then perhaps you should stick around.
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