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Myself 123

aka Gideon Gordon Graves

  • I live in your backgarden
  • My occupation is errrrr.... *runs away*
  • I am Iron Man
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  • Hello Myself 123. I've been thinking about this lately, ever since I left really, and I noticed that you never did receive your user right priviledges back after that... whole ordeal back in August. Therefore, considering your history with the wiki, I was wondering if you would be keen on me nominating you for your administrator priviledges back. After all, you are an active voice around the wiki and you are involved in situations that demands an admin or bureaucrat's voice. I'm currently trying to organize the amount of sysop users we have, and I'm attempting to balance out the amount of administrator and bureaucrats we have on this wiki, and I figured that since you were once an administrator, if you would like this idea.

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  • I didn't actually make the original edit saying that in the first place, I just cleaned up the grammar and some technical issues. Since I have seen people make that connection, I wasn't too sure whether to get rid of that trivia or not.

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  • Hey Myself 123

    There is something I have been wondering lately. If a high-ranking user eventually decides to retire, then his rights are eventually revoked since he will no longer be able to make use of them. However, if a high-ranking user decides to return, then would it really be necessary for him to go through all those procedures with voting at the discussions and proving his worth to re-earn his rights? I mean, if such a user has done nothing to discredit himself and only lost his rights because he decided to take a leave of absence, then it would mean his skills and reputation are the same as when he got his original rights, meaning those procedures he would have to go through would be meaningless.

    In short, I am wondering if a returning user can get his rights back if he just lost them due to retirement or a prolonged absence. I am just wondering that for myself; there will surely come a time where I wont have as much time as I have now with SNN, and I would most likely loose my rights. I would thus hate to start over in chase I find the time to return, yet be restricted by the rights as a regular user when I know I skill have the qualities that made me a b-krat.

    What do you think?

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    • Well users who lose their rights due to the lapsing rights rule can get them back without discussion depending on their contributions, so I guess the same could apply for someone who retired.

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  • We have a nomination for a promising new admin. It would help a lot if you cast a vote.

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  • I have nominated myself for bureaucrat rights. Perhaps you would be interested?

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  • Hey Myself, hope you don't mind my asking you a question. For some reason I'm not receiving notifications from the wiki on the threads I'm active in. I have to keep scrolling to the bottom of the screen to see what's going on. Is the site not working right? If it's working ok then I'll know it's just my computer that has a problem.

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  • Hello, Myself. I want to apologize for my brash and rude behavior on Journalistic's demotion thread. It was immature of me to make jokes about you "failing your essay" or whatnot in my first message and for me outright ignoring the points you've made. I hope you can forgive me for my troubling, immature behavior.

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    • I accept your apology. I apologise if I ever acted out of turn during the discussion too. Though I don't regret making the demotion request, I admit that I could've been less aggressive and assumptive on Journalistic's actions, as well as providing better reasoning and evidence for my position.

      It was never my intention to divide the wiki. No matter the outcome, I wish the best for the community.

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    • Nah, it's all good, bro. Wishing for the best for the community is definitely an aspiring goal, and even though I may not personally agree with the demotion, I think it was brave of you that you were willing to make a demotion for a user and gain this much controversy. You're a good man, despite what I might have said on that thread.

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  • I edited a page that you recently reversed all changes to so that I could make seem mild. You, on the other hand, want to keep it the same.

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    Journalistic
    Journalistic closed this thread because:
    Closing thread because DeCool threw Ls at this guy.
    16:56, April 17, 2017
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    • Ok?

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    • Jlnhlfan wrote:
      Ok?

      Wow. You don't even understand do you? Maybe you're the kid.

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  • I just got this message from the Fandom's Community Development team. What do you think about it? What do you think should be accepted from them?

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