There are lots of other websites out there where people who like Rugby League and people who like Rugby Union can argue the toss till the cows come home about the respective merits of their chosen rugby code, and suggest that each others mothers smell of elderberries in the process, if they so wish.
For long established reasons, this site isn't and never will be one of them, and people who simply want to indulge in the above will not be welcome. We don't need them, we're busy enough with more reasoned (well, most of the time) discussions about Rugby League, which makes sense, this being a Rugby League website n'all.
We do have a cross-code section, where people can discuss, well, cross-code matters (the clue is in the title) to their hearts content, so long as they do so within the well established rules of this site, where we do not accept that anyone's mother smells of elderberries, no matter which code of rugby their offspring may prefer.
The above may not be to everyone's taste or approval, but that's just tough, because that's the way TotalRL rolls: no trolls.
That doesn't mean we won't welcome people who like Rugby Union. We'll welcome anyone with an interest in anything, so long as they are also interested in Rugby League. That's why to earn the right to post in the cross-code section at all, you have to make 100 posts elsewhere on the forums before you'll be allowed in. Few trolls are that persistent, that patient or even just that able to hold a reasonable conversation about Rugby League with Rugby League fans without revealing their true colours before getting anywhere near achieving posting rights to the cross-code forum.
This is the internet. It's not like people don't have a choice. We're happy enough to be the website that provides people with the choice to discuss Rugby League matters without being endlessly sidetracked into pointless argy-bargy about another sport. This is a policy that is not up for discussion, and that's why I am locking this thread now.