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I'd just like to say, after seeing what DT has said, that Pickle can sometimes create "rules" in chat that are not the actual policies; one time, a few people were spamming emotes - I was not - and Pickle said that the next person to post an emote would be kicked. I posted an emote at the end of a sentence, without any spammy intentions, and yet I got kicked even though I had not been spamming emotes, nor really taking part in the previous discussion. The chat policies, I believe, are for single users only. It says that "YOU agree not to...", whereas on this occasion a group of people had been acting against the policies. '''Why did you think it was appropriate to kick me, rather than the offending group? '''
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I'd just like to say, after seeing what DT has said, that Pickle can sometimes create "rules" in chat that are not the actual policies; one time, a few people were spamming emotes - I was not - and Pickle said that the next person to post an emote would be kicked. I posted an emote at the end of a sentence, about 3 minutes after he had created this "rule", without any spammy intentions, and yet I got kicked even though I had not been spamming emotes, nor really taking part in the previous discussion. The chat policies, I believe, are for single users only. It says that "YOU agree not to...", whereas on this occasion a group of people had been acting against the policies. '''Why did you think it was appropriate to kick me on this occasion, rather than the offending group? '''
   
 
Also, in correspondance to what DT has said, I have noticed inklings from Pickle that he may  like/dislike particular users, and then act in accordance to those feelings. 
 
Also, in correspondance to what DT has said, I have noticed inklings from Pickle that he may  like/dislike particular users, and then act in accordance to those feelings. 

Latest revision as of 11:55, February 24, 2013

I'd just like to say, after seeing what DT has said, that Pickle can sometimes create "rules" in chat that are not the actual policies; one time, a few people were spamming emotes - I was not - and Pickle said that the next person to post an emote would be kicked. I posted an emote at the end of a sentence, about 3 minutes after he had created this "rule", without any spammy intentions, and yet I got kicked even though I had not been spamming emotes, nor really taking part in the previous discussion. The chat policies, I believe, are for single users only. It says that "YOU agree not to...", whereas on this occasion a group of people had been acting against the policies. Why did you think it was appropriate to kick me on this occasion, rather than the offending group? 

Also, in correspondance to what DT has said, I have noticed inklings from Pickle that he may  like/dislike particular users, and then act in accordance to those feelings. 

Pickle will also sometimes be a bit...blunt with people. If they don't understand coding, or if they get something wrong in forums, he won't always be particularly kind in explaining where they have gone wrong. 

I also saw that Pickle had let slip the "under 13" (the one that I so despise >.<). I think that for the last few months, Pickle knew that a particular users was under 13, and yet he did not act and I believe that one of the newer mods had to take it upon themselves to ban this user. I may be mistaken about the final part (and I'm sorry if I am), but over the time that this user was allowed in chat, they may have experienced some discussions that might not have been appropriate for them. 

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