The Decline and Fall of Me
* That's a little melodramatic, don't you think? It's pretty easy to dodge a block. At any time, I can create a new account with a new IP. If I don't edit <article she kicked him off>
promptly, nobody will ever know. It's a quasi-article-ban at best.
* The basic topic here is what to do when a blocked user edits non-disruptively for three months. You've made some assumptions here that are incorrect. Igor wasn't banned because of a dispute with me; he was banned because he kept an off-wiki hit list of editors, tagged with phrases like "Marked for assassination." If you read the ANI you will know. Likewise, if you research the <article she kicked him off>
, you won't find any trolling by me. My last block for editing was in September 2007. I don't try to disrupt or troll.
* There's too much blind rule-following here. The concerns about this article are legitimate. It exploits the built-in cultural bias of a language-specific Wiki. It labels Middle Easterners, Latin Americans, Asians, in ways they don't accept for themselves. There would be no consensus if those people were equally represented here. My editing pattern reflects someone in a 2-1 minority on a heated topic, that's all.
* So, I will create a new account and edit other articles. Maybe I'll edit <article she kicked him off>
with an IP, or just let it breathe. I care more about the purpose of Wikipedia than the rules. See you around. --Life.temp —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 06:03, 15 June 2008 (UTC)