RodUK and Defiant are right.
We have <a href="http://forums.appleinsider.com/guidelines.html
" target="_blank">posting guidelines</a> for a reason. Read them at least once so you'll be familiar with what we expect from members. Specifically, look down at the bottom about Suggestions.
The moderators here work pretty hard trying to run a tight ship, keeping the forums clean of repetetive topics, topics in the wrong forum, topics that turn to flamewars, and topics that are just nonsensical. We actually enjoy reading and posting on these forums and don't want it to fall to anarchy like other forums (MacNN come first to mind) often tend to do. Sometimes we may seem heavy fisted, but we have our reasons. We've been around here much longer than you and are pretty familiar with how various kinds of threads develop.
We make judgment calls. That's our job. Openly criticizing us here not only makes us look bad, at also makes you look bad for not following the guidelines or for just being a "rebel" and the quality of the site itself gets just a little worse as a result.
Making sarcastic comments like "I'm a Junior Member, so my comments will be ignored anyway." doesn't exactly help either. We'll listen to anyone that has a serious, legitimate complaint whether he has five posts or five thousand posts. Of course, we're more likely to pay better attention to such complaints if they are formed in a mature fashion and sent in the proper fashion.
That said, the only reason I'm posting this here instead of sending it to you in a private message is because you *are* a new member and I'm in a good mood this morning.
In the future, please do keep these kinds of comments to the Private Message system. It also may help if you enable "Be notified by email when someone sends you a private message" in your profile screen so that you will be better informed as to when we respond.