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I'm noticing that in the latest mod post I put in A_B, people are saying that we need to cut slack to those who don't have A_B on their flist and that they ought to not get in trouble because of the fact they do not frequent A_B very often.

Really? Really really now? Even in a mod post that I've said 'if you've already gotten into the fray off A_B and find out its ON A_B... don't come into A_B?' What part of that is so hard to comprehend. We can look at timestamps to see when you started participating in where so that's already a given...

But if you don't want to get in trouble in A_B when you know DAMN WELL you're trolling elsewhere and you can and will be caught you need to just observe the thread in A_B and call it a day. I mean if you're not going to frequent the community in the first place, it cannot be so hard to keep your commentary to yourself.

Besides, its not even the hypothetical you who gets caught harassing who gets to judge if your comments are actually harassing or not. Which is the whole point of the rule in place in A_B. You may have just gone into Featured Artist X's journal to say 'I like turtles' but for all you know that simple statement to them meant something like this:

Which in turn will make them wig out at the community (Personal Art Spaces & A_B alike), the A_B mods, and lord knows who else. Which means we have to hunt you down and hit you on the nose. And you don't LIKE that because its 'not fair'. Well, tough. This is the reality of harassment because once someone declares it - you have to treat it like a legitimate case even if you know its horseshit. If A_B ends up going the way of Geocities - you can't bawww cuz we warned you.

Ugh. End rant.


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