Eric_Corbett wrote:Nobody has ever been blocked in any meaningful sense, as I'm quite sure that Kumioku would be very happy to explain to you [Poetlister]. And nobody can ever be blocked unless and until the WMF comes to its senses and insists on its editors identifying themselves, which they'll never do. So it's a sham process that in reality means nothing, and encourages bounty hunters like Bb123 to go about their business as if it makes the slightest difference to anything.
Well, Poetlister stays on Wikipediocracy, so the lucky bastard will never have to suffer that anymore. Why? Because he's blocked.
See how it works?
Who cares if Eric Corbett or Kumioko sneak back in to Wikipedia as CharlieSmurf123 and IdiotBox76?
Nobody cares. It's a loser's move. If anybody thinks anything, it's simply a source of continuing amusement to a few Wikipedians who see it as a sign the sad fucks never had any intention of following the rules they keep whining that other people broke to force them off their precious hobby, they're just sad little addicts desperate for their fix.
That is the real sham of it all. That the sad bastards who go on to break one of the most important trust based rules the community has, still somehow think they're occupying the moral high ground.
NewYorkBrad loved Eric and hated Kumioko. So it only goes to show.....that guy's the real fucking sham.