I think it is very fair that posts should be resolved before they are marked and moved to resolve, especially when no discussion of the matter has happened with the individual and staff are currently still discussing the topic. Inactive members coming back to move posts and resolve them who were not present or do not understand or read into the matter at hand should not have the ability to resolve posts randomly. Also making replies mocking and insulting a user, no matter your opinion, is in no way an admin should ever handle any topic and is a display of immaturity that should not be present in administrators.
I think almost EVERYONE can agree the HUGE mess regarding the handling of this situation NEEDS to be addressed, and that alone warrants some form of unban. Clamps has demonstrated exactly what people find wrong about sG and this is very evident and needs to be discussed. Not swept under the rug like he is continuing to do.
This complaint is mainly about clamps, the lack of discussion/dialogue about the matter and how it has been handled.
I was never warned once. No one is crying victim.
You were not even present and it is evident you didn't read the entire dialogue.
I posted a pirated movie that was a shitpost, and was never warned once, and there have been movie nights where links like that have been posted 10fold and were actually illegally used/distributed.
You already waste everyone's time by being inactive yet still coming in to make a mess with your decisions. Majority of members agree with me, and it is evident by people leaving and taking breaks or going inactive that something needs to be changed.
You're insulting me yet I never even conversed with one admin since monday about this topic, and yet I am banned? It is obvious some dialogue and discussion needs to take place. If you're a higher up that is inactive and not present, it is more embarrassing to reply to a CD thread insulting someone rather than discussing the topic like what is supposed to happen.
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