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Danny, I an not "poking" at Scott. Let me give you the run down; (Look into the objective information)
 
Danny, I an not "poking" at Scott. Let me give you the run down; (Look into the objective information)
 
I made an edit (logo update) and Scott reverted it. I did not take it personally, but he did not leave a revert summery, when he should have. (Your rules, not mine) I politely asked why, here; http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:163744 More than a week went by, and he did not answer. So for the record, I stated that I did not appreciate it. Then he blocks me. He now claims I was being a "pest"? Really? I ask you Danny, what did I do wrong? *more than a week* goes by, and he does not answer me. Is that really professional behavior for an admin?
 
I made an edit (logo update) and Scott reverted it. I did not take it personally, but he did not leave a revert summery, when he should have. (Your rules, not mine) I politely asked why, here; http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:163744 More than a week went by, and he did not answer. So for the record, I stated that I did not appreciate it. Then he blocks me. He now claims I was being a "pest"? Really? I ask you Danny, what did I do wrong? *more than a week* goes by, and he does not answer me. Is that really professional behavior for an admin?
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For the first time ever, I tried to handle this by myself, and I get blocked for speaking my mind.
 
For the first time ever, I tried to handle this by myself, and I get blocked for speaking my mind.
 
If an admin asked a member a question, and they did not answer, would that not prove that they didn't want to communicate? An admin would have done the same thing I did, say that they did not appreciate it.
 
If an admin asked a member a question, and they did not answer, would that not prove that they didn't want to communicate? An admin would have done the same thing I did, say that they did not appreciate it.
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Danny, you told me that you would look into it, and you never got back to me. At that point, I felt like I was being toyed with.
 
Danny, you told me that you would look into it, and you never got back to me. At that point, I felt like I was being toyed with.
 
Danny, when you did not answer me, I took it up here;http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:164194
 
Danny, when you did not answer me, I took it up here;http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:164194
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Then, Scott leaves me this message; http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:164256 (which did not address any of my questions) I reply to him back, saying that he misunderstood my position, and he never acknowledged it.
 
Then, Scott leaves me this message; http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:164256 (which did not address any of my questions) I reply to him back, saying that he misunderstood my position, and he never acknowledged it.
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So I leave another response on his page here: http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:164271
 
So I leave another response on his page here: http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:164271
   
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There are other wikis on the network that I have gotten interested in, and I'll give my attention to those. (Plus, I have finally gotten involved with Wikipedia)
 
There are other wikis on the network that I have gotten interested in, and I'll give my attention to those. (Plus, I have finally gotten involved with Wikipedia)
   
By the way, I am an adult, so please do not patronize me. <ac_metadata title="An admin should answer questions."> </ac_metadata>
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By the way, I am an adult, so please do not patronize me. <ac_metadata title="An admin should answer questions."> </ac_metadata>

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Danny, I an not "poking" at Scott. Let me give you the run down; (Look into the objective information) I made an edit (logo update) and Scott reverted it. I did not take it personally, but he did not leave a revert summery, when he should have. (Your rules, not mine) I politely asked why, here; http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:163744 More than a week went by, and he did not answer. So for the record, I stated that I did not appreciate it. Then he blocks me. He now claims I was being a "pest"? Really? I ask you Danny, what did I do wrong? *more than a week* goes by, and he does not answer me. Is that really professional behavior for an admin?

For the first time ever, I tried to handle this by myself, and I get blocked for speaking my mind. If an admin asked a member a question, and they did not answer, would that not prove that they didn't want to communicate? An admin would have done the same thing I did, say that they did not appreciate it.

Danny, you told me that you would look into it, and you never got back to me. At that point, I felt like I was being toyed with. Danny, when you did not answer me, I took it up here;http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:164194

Then, Scott leaves me this message; http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:164256 (which did not address any of my questions) I reply to him back, saying that he misunderstood my position, and he never acknowledged it.

So I leave another response on his page here: http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:164271

Fact: This is not the first time that I have politely asked Scott a question on his page, and he does not answer, ever.

In this particular situation, he repeatedly failed to directly answer my questions, then finally, (he obviously got fed up) he says that I was blocked for being a "pest". I waited *over a week* before making my "I don't appreciate this" statement, how is *that* being a "pest"?

Danny, I ask you, how am I the pest, when I ask a question, and he never answers me? Is it unreasonable to expect an answer within a week of posting my question? Especially since he had logged onto the wiki a few times since I first asked the question. We all get notification when someone posts something on our message walls. He was obviously ignoring me.

I truly believe that Scott has abused his powers as a admin. He had no valid reason to block me. (Look into the facts and the objective information)

From the very beginning, I was civil. I was patient. Tell me Danny, would you appreciate it if you asked a question to a member, and more than a week goes by, and you get no response or acknowledgement? Wouldn't you assume that they did not want to communicate? We all know that communication is important on a wiki.

Danny, I have noticed that whenever I have had an issue with Scott in the past, you have always tried to downplay it, almost like you were protecting him. Please ask yourself, is this really professional behavior on his part?


Again I ask you, how was I being a "pest"? I politely ask a question. I wait for an answer. More than week goes by, I get no answer, so for the record, I say that I do not appreciate him not answering me. And then he blocks me, reasoning that I was a "pest"? How is that fair? Is it professional for an admin to leave a member clueless for weeks?


Danny, I only want to hear from you. But one thing is for sure, I will not be coming back to this wiki. I believe that I was treated unfairly, and that an admin abused his powers. There are other wikis on the network that I have gotten interested in, and I'll give my attention to those. (Plus, I have finally gotten involved with Wikipedia)

By the way, I am an adult, so please do not patronize me.

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