you have quoted the main DO NOT'S all right, but you've strangely failed to quote the bit just under them:
Originally Posted by AH Charter
Note that these rules apply to both illegal drugs and the legal alternatives you can buy in head shops. The admins do not want to be held responsible for posts telling people where to get drugs of any kind. You can argue about the legality all you want as long as you abide by these rules.
Please note especially the bit I've have highlighted in bold.
Please also note the following from the Boards FAQs re: "Discretion of the Moderator"
If you think these rules bind the moderators hands, think again. The moderators have discretion to react and moderate as they see fit, in the best interests of the forum they take care of. You can challenge a decision using the Dispute Resolution Process, but don’t think for a moment you can use the guidelines above to find some semantic loophole to excuse your behaviour (people who do this are known as “rules lawyers” and are seen as a small step above trolls). It’s not going to work. The spirit of the law is more important than the wording of the law on boards.ie and our guidelines can and will change if and when there’s need.
Not that there's actually a need to change anything in this case, but do please take the point about the spirit of the law superceding the letter of the law. No harm to note that rules-lawyering won't make you popular either.
Now, you started a thread on this subject last week, it was deleted by one of the AH mods; because you were relatively new no other action was taken.
To-night, however, you started another one encouraging people to PM you re: "sharing a location" of magic mushrooms.
Whether you intended to profit from this or not, I don't really give a damn tbh.
Boards has no wish to be held responsible for posts telling people where to get drugs of any kind. Or indeed any other illegal or dangerous activity.
That's the *spirit* of the law in these parts, and that's what the mod was enforcing, quite rightly.
This ban is upheld.
And here's a word to the wise: you've had your warning now, and it should hopefully be very clear.
If I ever see a post like that from you again, I shall be requesting that you be permanently sitebanned.