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[edit] Malicious Trend

Is that really how you want this to go down? It doesn't have to be like this. — It's dot com 01:46, 28 April 2010 (UTC)

Yes, I would. I'm also prepared to do it via proxies if needed. Yes, it's me, I can even send you an e-mail if needed using any of my emails. 01:51, 28 April 2010 (UTC)
You are in control of what sites you get blocked from. You alone. There is no reason you have to go over the edge like this. It's not too late to stop. — It's dot com 01:54, 28 April 2010 (UTC)
Much like it's's choice of possibly contacting ISPs to get my Internet blocked due to disruptive actions. I really don't like this. I'm sorry but, I'm just not fit for this world, I'm just a nobody... and no, don't tell me to get help, I've been there, done that; it just doesn't work. Just... forget it, even taking breaks from sites, it doesn't work. Took a 6+ month break from forums, came back, did some junky stuff, etc. if I would've stayed though, I would've been banned for sure with how I was going. Don't worry though, some day, I'll be blocked from the Internet, maybe even Phone service! :D I'm such a jerk -_- really, I am, I know it, I try to stop myself, but... it doesn't really work IDC. I just sometimes purposely block myself from sites by doing disruptive things so I never harm the community there again. I'm sorry if it's like that, but to be honest, it's how it works for me. I'm sorry, once again, really, I am. -_- Just... forget it.... 01:59, 28 April 2010 (UTC)

[edit] Hey there

You were a great user, ColdReactive. You didn't have to start doing what you just did. Why did you have to do it? Besides, you are lucky you were not blocked indefinitely for what you did. If I had suddenly started doing what you did, I would definitely be blocked infefinitely (no pun intended). And you say you're autistic ... I'm autistic as well, but I try my hardest to keep calm. You also say started doing that because of bad experiences with other sites... I've been blocked numerous times on Wikipedia, but that doesn't mean I carried that behaviour over to other sites. And, you are also lucky to have made one of the Wiki's milestone edits. In short, don't let your past behaviour on other sites bother you. Try and be the best user you can, just like I am. RickTommy (edits) 09:39, 1 May 2010 (UTC)

It's not just past behaviour on other sites. As you know, Autism is a learning disability. Possibly, due to this; most of my behaviour comes from my mother and father. Both of which have VERY short tempers. Their tempers may have rubbed off on me. I know that my mother's cat has her short temper too. —ColdReactive 18:08, 1 May 2010 (UTC)

[edit] How dare you?!

While i agree with the revert, this edit summary is extremely disgusting, and goes against our entire philosophy as a community. It is every person's right to edit the wiki in good faith, regardless of whether they have an account or not, and anonymous users are no less "real" than anyone else. This manner of thought is reprehensible, and just because an edit is made by an anonny does not make it any less credible. And for you to state that you believe such is an arrogant and biased slight on all of the good users (like myself) who originally began without making an account. Please understand for the future that anonymous users may have just as much to contribute as real users do, and please treat them with the respect that they deserve. Thank you. — Defender1031*Talk 13:59, 13 May 2008 (UTC)

I know they do, believe me. I would have worded it better, but I'm not one to like anonymous users, I'm sorry. But isn't E.L Cool a sysop though? He was the one who undid the revision in the first place. ColdReactive
Okay, this is a common problem in the mentality of the wiki users. I don't understand this bias against unregistered or new users, and towards sysops and experienced users. Dot com has said it also, in functions of management, a sysop has authority, but in functions of the wiki community, sysops' opinions should not count for anything more than non-sysops, or even new users, provided that the quality of the arguments is good. True that people build up a reputation over time, and therefore credibility, but i believe in credible until proven damaging, not the other way around. remember, always assume good faith, and don't judge people's opinions based on their wiki age or status, judge them on the opinions themselves. That's all. — Defender1031*Talk 14:14, 13 May 2008 (UTC)

Hey there Iyeru. How's it going. I see that I'm mentioned in this conversation, so I had to reply. What Defender said is true. Over arguments, a sysop's, admin, power user, normal user, new user and IP share the same level of voice. Before reverting, I asked around some people I know who live in USA if the end of school is considered a holiday. They said it didn't, so I reverted. So... Not much else. Just wanted to drop my word. Have fun, and for Pete's sake, do not feed The Huuuuuuuuudge. Elcool (talk)(contribs) 15:30, 13 May 2008 (UTC)

[edit] Lucky Star

Yes I was. I love that show--Luckystar27 19:27, 25 April 2008 (UTC)

Ah, I see. I'm more of a perv. *ahem* so I watch ecchi-based shows more. ColdReactive 20:12, 25 April 2008 (UTC)

[edit] Minor Tests

Testing some junk. Iyeru 04:15, 2 April 2008 (UTC)

Hey there, Iyeru from Madison, Why? Welcome to the Homestar Runner Wiki! I hope you got to enjoy our little April Fools' Day prank, but now that it's ended, no doubt you'll find editing much easier. If you have any questions, you can ask them on my talk page. Have fun at the wiki! Heimstern Läufer 04:14, 2 April 2008 (UTC)
I hope that never happens again. -_- ColdReactive 05:02, 2 April 2008 (UTC)
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