Quoted from Whysnow:
s the new precedent that you are allowed to have multiple accounts if you have a fun story to tell? I can understand your sick curiosity (hell i wonder what stupid thing he is going to claim next) but this flys directly in the opposition to the ToS and Pinsides previous stance. I personally dont think it is a positive to let someone continually make duplicate accounts, hide behind them for months telling lies, and then pop out once they are uncovered and make up more stories. If the guy really wanted to cooperate he would have done so under deposition and provided real facts. Tiger >> What sort of actual evidence would you ask for to corroborate Tim's new story? Now ask yourself why that evidence has never been provided and the guy suddenly reappears once the Pacer notes get posted.
Just to clarify my position:
I alerted my brother and sister mods once the confession/reveal was made. I have elected to not ban Tim myself, but my decision to take no action does not impede any of them from taking an action and I'm sure eventually one will ban the account... The rule is no duplicate accounts (and that is not changed by my decision here to do nothing about Tim for the time being) I'm just electing to continue to watch this train wreck in this thread and see if Tim wants to share any juicy tid bits.
Tim doesn't have any credibility with me personally, he's told many lies to me over the years (about his various dupe accounts...), but Tim might have some interesting intel. At least this version of Tim has a sense of humor by the way (the CrazyBanana, pinchili and Crazy4Pin handles were humorless and lame).
I'm certainly not the strictest mod around here, I freely admit that, I personally give entertainment value to posts and if something is interesting I often allow rules to be slightly bent (it's my moderating style, doesn't mean it's the official decision of the site and frequently other mods will moderate something I have left alone, which is great...that's why we are a team).
I think Keith is within his rights to demand a return of the machine. The sale of the machine to Tim did NOTHING for the creditors so in my eyes it was a preferential transfer and should be reversed (Tim gets his money back or becomes a creditor of Kevin like the rest of us and the game gets turned over to the bankruptcy trustee). I think Keith has done a phenomenal job in the case - I'd let Keith represent me on anything, I'm impressed with him and his diligence.