Let it be known that any user who uses Tor will be carefully watched. This is simply a precaution, and aside from being carefully watched, the user will otherwise be treated the same.
There will be no exceptions to this rule.Read more >
I got harassing messages from him even afterward. He said it was smart of me to quit, that he's going to find me, that I'm going to pay the ultimate price, that he'll see me soon, that he's obsessed. If that's the case, then I don't see why quitting the wiki would make any difference. Thanks, though, to ForcesOfNature, for filling everyone in.
He could've gotten rid of me, but he kept pushing, and if he thinks I'm kidding about the FBI he's mistaken. I'm going to talk to a lawyer about how to file the report tomorrow.
That is all.Read more >
I noticed on the Doubt page that there was a section of goofs (i.e. mistakes or oversights) made in the episode. I really like that idea, and I find it very likely that there are other goofts in other episodes. If you ever notice any, feel free to add them.
We might want to think of a new section title instead of "goofs", though.Read more >
In the future, if a user you don't know asks to PM you, do not respond.Read more >
Due to a recent event on the wiki, I'm going to go over Wikipedia's rules on "Offensive material".
According to the guidelines, "offensive material" (i.e. swears, slurs, etc.) are not to be used unless it is from a direct quote. For example, there are several influences in the Death Note series in which characters swear, and it is acceptable, when using those quotes for an article, to include the swear. However, using swears in blog entries, articles, etc., when not in the context previously stated, is not allowed. Bowdlerizing swears is also not acceptable.
Personally, I swear like an *insert expletive here* sailor, but that is beside the point. Rules are rules. The penalties for swearing will be discussed by the admins, and when we come to…Read more >