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I second this exclusion.
- Would it be okay for everyone, including the subject, if we agreed that most of this drama is below the significance of what we cover in WikiFur, and just cut it down to a couple of sentence of who it is? Of course, if full exclusion is still wanted, I see no objection. --Rat 03:09, 12 July 2007 (UTC)
- Er, I would just like to clear up why Mitch is the primary author. I actually asked him to write it up after he first broke the news via the forums. http://www.crushyiffdestroy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2064 He seemed, frankly, even keeled as one could be when dissecting drama concerning someone he knew. I was pretty venomous at the time, so I knew I'd just fuck it up NPOVwise, and likely use the wrong formatting to boot. I don't think Mitch is vengeful against the man, anymoreso than he is against anyone detail in the forums. It's entertainment for him. I guess it was for me too until he started harassing my circle of friends who were not related to the incidents. If Sibe can get special mention and probation from blanking for that kind of stuff, why is it different for Alvero?
- However, since then, I hjave to admit the panther dude has calmed some. Maybe instead of complaining about article content though he could just, I don't know, add some stuff about himself that isn't drama? Blanking it for his protection is one thing, blanking it because he's nothing but a black hole of internet unintentional tomfoolery is another, and that's seeming more the case. I hear he has a fursuit now. People get articles here for far less. --Rattus 00:03, 13 July 2007 (UTC)
- Yes, but we don't force them to keep them unless they've actually done something wrong. And not just Internets wrong, but on the level where you could reasonably expect someone to bring up a court case about it. Things like art theft, commission fraud and real-life harassment are viewed as Serious Business, because they affect people's livelihoods. This isn't, and it has precious little relevance to anyone outside the people concerned. If you want to spend your life documenting online drama, you know where to go. --GreenReaper(talk) 16:07, 13 July 2007 (UTC)
- I agree with GreenReaper. Firstly, that if Alvero requested it then the article should be blanked, though I disagree with the policy of blanking information that is publically available online. And secondly, that this article would be better suited to a certain other Wiki which revels in this sort of stuff. Mitch 16:28, 19 July 2007 (UTC)