My occupation is Student and SPA Bureaucrat, FANDOM Community Council Member
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Bio Hello! My name is Charlie and I am a proud bureaucrat on South Park Archives. I LOVE South Park and Kyle, Kenny and Stan! I also am proud to be on FANDOMs Community Council group! Aside from South Park, I like to watch OITNB and Game of Thrones. I love to visit the local Chipotle and chow down. I also like to visit my hometown of Las Vegas and my two favorite casinos in town, the Aria and Mandalay Bay. I've been on FANDOM for about a year now and I love being here and a part of the general FANDOM community. If you'd like to reach out for help or advice on editing or just want to talk to about your favorite Chipotle burrito, feel free to reach out! See you around FANDOM and on South Park Archives, Happy Editing!
Only Fandom can disable it. I guess there's no other way than to wait out the 30 days until the account is disabled. In the meantime, if you're not feeling comfortable about the situation you're currently experiencing, you can simply try not to log in that account anymore and not visiting this site.
The reason why I mentioned them because I found it quite similar to Mr. Hankey's Scandal in the episode The Problem With A Poo because Mr. Hankey did get in trouble because of the tweets similar to how James Gunn had which got him fired similar to what happened to Mr. Hankey and similar to how Brian got involved in the scandel when he posted a joke that was considered to be racist similar to what happened with Mr. Hankey. I was wondering if you know about this because both of them do end up in a similar situation to how Mr. Hankey ended up getting in trouble based on the things I explained about.
Hello, I am an occasional editor here. I happened to come across your forum wanting to demote inactive bureaucrats. Just thought I would let you know, as a bureaucrat on Logopedia, that we implemented that rule last year, demoting four inactive bureaucrats since (even having to ban one for starting to recklessly brewk rules and ignoring warnings). Being as the process works on my wiki, I strongly suggest you do the same, which it seems as if you will considering the unanimous support on the forum. Just thought I should personally tell you what happened in a similar case like mine so you have an idea of the effects.
I would like to leave this site because I feel it is unhealthy for me and seeing as you are an administrator, would like you to delete my account permanently. If not you, please have someone else do so for me ASAP. Thank you!
I also apologize if you were offended by my opinions regarding Kydi, Kyle, Heidi, or any character you may enjoy. I know I have strong opinions on the show, but should not devalue your opinions or viewpoints themselves.
I just wanted to ask about the comments rule which is one of the things that kinda got me blocked 2 times last year and the reason why I ask on message wall instead of comments because I don't want to get another strike again, I was wondering why did you guys made that rule? No offense, I just wanted to know why.
We made it because the article comments were too crazy and having to make that rule was our only option, aside from just turning off article comments and losing years of comment history. We aren’t enforcing it right now because of the new season, however.
Oh, so that explains why, but I could still comment whenever it has something to do with Season 22 without having any information about improving the article. I also get the picture of the crazy comments, do you mean it could be similar to Rick and Morty's fandom because I heard that Rick and Morty have a really toxic fandom, but at least we ain't the worst.
Generally speaking, users shouldn't be leaving comments that don't relate to improving the article, it's in the boldest text possible above the text box warning that. What I'm saying is that there are too many season 22 comments to remove so we aren't for the time being. You shouldn't be leaving comments that don't relate to fixing the article. But if you do, it's unlikely you'll be banned for now.
I've been to other wikis in 2014 and I never had a problem editing them. I even became an admin on another wiki at one point. But that time has passed. Now wikis have became more uptight. I edit something, and then the admin reverses what I put. My edit was not false information either, but they didn't care. Some admins were mean enough to immediately mark my account as inactive. So now I'm afraid to even fix a grammar mistake on a page. Even though I'm itching to add information to trivias, I'm afraid of it getting deleted just because I've got a Roger Ebert that doesn't agree with it. Is this wikia like that?
Yes you replied, but you have to reply my post someting like "Yes, i agree, the first four seasons until Probably was the better seasons" or other thing like "Yes, i agree with this reasons, until the year 2000 South Park was better"