4/2/2000: ANONYMOUS posting is now disabled everywhere except in the "Registration Problems/Anonymous" section. USER REGISTRATION now requires a valid E-mail account. The password will be E-mailed. This board has always been the subject of far more censorship to what we are used to here, and while certainly within the rights of the site's owner Christine Baker it left many uneasy and/or unwilling to participate, our own Barry N put it very succinctly went he departed that board. While I will admit to a certain affinity with Christine's philosophies (concerning banks, the congress, CRA'a and the validity of credit scoring) censorship is something totally unacceptable to me. Just within the past week she has decided to kick off the site's main contributor (Sean), now I can honestly say I don't agree with many of Sean's beliefs and 'laissez-faire' market is always right philosophy, he has a right to be heard though obviously not on Bayhouse any longer. Naturally there has been a significant drop off in the amount of postings I wonder is Christine had bargained for this. Christine will probably justify these restrictions on the fear such individuals as Bobby present. Sorry I don't concur, as people here very well know, Bobby is a constant lier, whose all talk no action. No claim or promise of his has ever been kept, no statement of his has ever come about or been true. This imbecile is truly one of the stupidiest individuals ever seen on this or any other credit site and a simple matter of banning his ISP would have taken care of him as he has demonstrated no ability whatsoever to hide his identity or change is address. I feel i.p. logging has been very successful and well received on this site and has almost entirely cut down on the viscious anonymous personal attacks, sure anybody can 'attempt' to post as myself or anybody else, but it will be obvious that this fraud is posting under a completely different i.p. and thus will be ignored. It would have been a simple matter for Bayhouse to have followed suit rather than to take such radical steps.