I've visited many forums that are very strictly moderated. If you post anything that's not exactly what the moderator would say, the way they would say, in the forum they feel is most appropriate, look out. And if your question has ever been asked before, or the topic is considered "answered" by the moderator, look out. That kind of thing irks me, so we try to be a little more open.
If someone's really passionate, that's great.
The thing we care most about is that things stay civilized and don't get personal. You can disagree with someone's ideas, but calling them names is crossing the line for us.
i love to name names of websites dedicated to phones, but in fact they coddle too much towards the iPhone and iPhone products, then diss of the rest.
as much as i hate fanboys and runts, it makes PS a little more lively, albeit it's irritating if they're directing their bashings at you.
I initially read this quickly and assumed that you posted the offending comment simply because you were the one complaining. I didn't double-check who said what.
If you're not aware, the way our system works, when a comment is deleted, all replies below it are deleted as well. So for future reference, if your comment is deleted and you're not sure why, and you didn't receive a warning about it, it may have been a message above yours that was the issue.