Regarding the questionable claims included by User:TruthSeeker6 (a previously unknown editor using the TOR anonymiser): I e-mailed a senior member of the Funday PawPet Show, who indicated he was unaware of any such ban. Also, the only reference given is a link to a SoFurry account that was created around the same time as the WikiFur article. (And thus appears to be a fake SF account created just to troll PlasmaGryphon.) Hence I find the controversial content to be unsubstantiated, and am removing it.--Higgs Raccoon 18:18, 9 October 2012 (EDT)
- Of course they are not going to be happy to admit what he did with and used their computer systems for. The furry community might not care about the government propaganda and lies he spreads, but they definitely seem to care about animal abuse and such people should be outed so they don't just move from one group to the next every time they slip or get caught. His SoFurry account seems to be the closest he's had to publicly admitting anything in a recorded format. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by TruthSeeker6 (talk • contribs) .
- Assuming there is not another person using the exact same name, having a similar career, having lived in Maryland, and having been associated with FPS IRC, I assume this account is referring to me (it definitely cited my FA account at one point). Otherwise, the information was incorrect. I never have worked for Dept. of Energy and I have not lived in Maryland for some time. I do not wish for current employer or location to be listed, so that information was just removed. ThePlasmaGryphon 01:43, 2 March 2013 (EST)