Okay the 5 stages of Blissyu2 on Wikipedia:
Stage 1: Browsing and Experimenting
Stage 2: First serious edit, without using an account. Banned twice in my first 3 serious edits, 8 times out of about 30 edits. Finally I got a few apologies, admissions of "mistaken identity" and agreement that I had never vandalised anything. After I got a death threat, I made an account.
Stage 3: Made an account "Internodeuser". Used the account primarily to write about what had happened with my IP address and say who I was. Arbitration Request made to ask for my user page to be deleted. That was going to be the result, except for a lie that the death threat I got to me was actually a legal threat made by me. Purely based on that lie, rather than getting my user page wiped, I got a one year ban. In spite of proof that I wasn't the person who wrote it, the ban has not been lifted, nor has anyone even looked at it.
Stage 4: Made an account "Zordrac" 6 months later, at first thinking that my account had been unbanned, then thinking that they'd apologised or didn't mind, and then just deciding to find out what Wikipedia was all about, if I was treated badly as a fluke, and so forth. I had conflicts, but no threats of bans, until I discovered Poetlister's ban. And especially when I discovered the corruption of Kelly Martin, who had orchestrated the whole thing in secret, and then lied about it. As a direct result of that, Ambi tried to get me banned, but then they did a Check User thinking that I must be someone else. Then they said I was "Internodeuser". Many people said it wasn't and overturned the ban since I was a good user. But then thanks to my writing on Wikipedia Review as Blissyu2, a name that I have used a lot, as well as Zordrac, and have said many places that Blissyu2 = Zordrac, then the ban stuck.
Stage 5: I have gone around on official channels, asking Jimbo, Arb Com and other administrators to look at the ban. As a result, my user page has been vandalised and then fully protected (permanently) from editing, as has my talk page, and most times that I've tried to write to someone, someone else has wiped it on the spot and banned me on the spot, as a "banned user" in defiance of official Wikipedia policy allowing people to appeal their bans. I've signed my name every time, yet in spite of this there are idiots like Sean Black that have gone around insisting that I was using a sock puppet or somehow sneaking around or avoiding the ban. No - I was appealing it. There's a difference.
There you go.