CrowsNest wrote:Fram was a perfect choice for sending a message.
Special if you read this, Crow.
Vigilant wrote:I’m HTD for the WMF.
I thought people were meant to be afraid of Vigilant? Cower at his awesome ability to strike at the heart of the cult. The sort of people who attend Wikimania anyways.On the topics in which I would consider myself well informed, I rarely run across a wikipedia article that doesn't contain an error, an omission or that wasn't completely out of date.
I think they got a defective product. Got sand in his gears from all that wandering in the outback.This is why Vig makes the big bucks...
There was of course nothing in the middle that justified how he got from that observation to his ridiculous demand.There's some concern that this site forms the basis of the complaint against Fram.
So, it appears that ARBCOM is taking a blog page setup by an indef blocked sockpupetteer as least a partial basis for Fram's case.
Resign. All of you.
So does his Framban theory.Anti-vaxxer stuff requires a discarding of the scientific method and an embracing of a worldwide conspiracy
The Framban theory is beyond fringe stuff. So by his own words, his entire body of work stands or falls on whether he gets it accepted, withdraws it, or as is most likely, just gradually stops mentioning it, hoping people just forget he ever believed it and indeed promoted it hard. Not gonna happen dude. It's just that bad. Not kills kids bad, but in the context of our little niche activity, wholly damaging. I won't stand for it.If you're an anti-vaxxer, it means you've been intellectually compromised to the point that you can no longer be trusted on any subject.
Vig wrote:It’s immensely funny to me that the giraffe stapler is also on that list. (May 07, 2019)
Anroth wrote:Keep in mind this is reported by T&S, so its likely total bullshit blown out of proportion. We have a clear idea of how those incompetent fuckstick clownmonkeys work now. It would not surprise me to learn those 'sexualised' behaviours are cultural misunderstandings. (Dear Americans, most of Europe is fine with expressions of affection with total strangers. Brits & Germans aside)
CrowsNest wrote:Germans are very affectionate to strangers. This prick reality doesn't know anything, does he?