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  • Look about 90% of the remaining users on this wikia know me I may by a strict editor but I think I'm far from being the monster depicted in this thread. In parallel, for the older users of this wikia, we can all agree that CoinsCP would fit that description. I digress, what I have come here to say is that I request the thread linked above be remove from the wikia.

    Why, because, I've been talking to some users lately and they've suggested that CoinsCP be banned for a minimum of 6 months for the obvious passed infractions committed. As much as appreciate the support for my cause and as much as I want to see this user get his/her comeuppance, this it isn't the right thing to do. Not only would he/she just make another account to cause trouble here again, but I just want to put all of this behind us.

    As one can see, I personally tried to stop CoinsCP by myself but failed. I now know that an issue like this should have been addressed by an admin or staff (a thing to remember if ever it happens again).

    Bringing us back to the main subject, we now have indisputable and almost tangible proof that there was absolutely no need to make this a public affair, as only a handful of users were even aware that I was gone, CoinsCP had no follow-up, and out personal argument did not disturb the peace at the wikia. All I ask is a vote to get said thread removed from the wikia to consolidate my and whatever is left of CoinsCP's reputation.

    Please use regular voting templates. You will be updated on how long the vote will last later on.

    15px-Symbol_support_vote.svg.pngSupport — = Yes
    15px-Symbol_oppose_vote.svg.pngOppose — = No
    15px-Pictogram_voting_comment.svg.pngComment — = add a pertinent and relevant comment

    Thank you.—Topdarlingwh (talk) 00:26, March 3, 2016 (UTC)

    TEMPORAY UPDATE: Anyone with the appropriate user rights please highlight this message.

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    • 15px-Symbol_support_vote.svg.pngSupport — I support it being gone, and also, this isn't the first time CoinCP has caused a problem. He used to run the HTF wiki, and we had to demote him due to him stopping respectable admin from doing their jobs.
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    • 15px-Symbol_support_vote.svg.pngSupport — This a simple proposal and I only ask one small thing. If this is accepted you will never hear from me again. I just want to leave peacefully without leaving a trace.
      P.S. The thread on the other Wikia has been removed, thus hopefully, proving my point even more. Any question? Feel free to ask after you've apposed your vote (preferably in the same comment).
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    • Topdarlingwh wrote:

      P.S. The thread on the other Wikia has been removed, thus hopefully, proving my point even more. Any question? Feel free to ask after you've apposed your vote (preferably in the same comment).

      It wasn't a thread, but I just was saying he is a problem causer

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    • 15px-Pictogram_voting_comment.svg.pngComment — Also guys I forgot to mention. Me having multiple accounts was a very minor and understandable misunderstating that I discussed with the concerned staff member.
      I used to edit at a community college, among other places, but I had no idea that when logging in I would end up sharing IP adresses with the other computers. This means every time someone would make an account at that college, they would have the same IP as me.
      All this to say, I only have one account and I now only edit at home (for those who knew or were concerned).
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    • 15px-Symbol_support_vote.svg.pngSupport — Honestly, there's been several problems with CoinsCP in the past, not just this one.
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    • 15px-Symbol_support_vote.svg.pngSupport —It's already been almost a month after the season finale of Gravity Falls. I see things that is happening in the wikia from time to time. And CoinsCP is taking so much problems in this wikia due to the past months.</span>
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    • 15px-Symbol_support_vote.svg.pngSupport
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    • 15px-Symbol_oppose_vote.svg.pngOppose — Since it is my wall that is in question, I'd just like to say that I have no intention of removing the thread. Yes, I have problems with CoinsCP as well, but also, if one reads that thread there, one can see my own issues with Top. I see no reason why users should be voting on whether or not I get to keep a thread that a staff member wrote to me on my wall or not? Is that not absurd?

      Top, I don't think you are the 'monster' depicted in that thread, but it should stand as a record of what has happened in the past. Even if I do remove it, it will still be accessible under Sannse's contributions. Frankly, I don't understand why you are making a big deal about getting a thread removed if all the information there will still be available to anyone who goes looking.

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    • 15px-Pictogram_voting_comment.svg.pngComment — We could make the final result of this discussion removing/deleting the thread if this actually passes, because admins can click "delete" under "More" after a thread is removed, and instead of the thread, to regular users, it'll just say that the thread is deleted.

      The thread goes into stuff related to CoinsCP anyway (and linking to the other discussion itself), who has caused several problems in the past besides this one. (and CoinsCP will eat me alive if she finds out I said this, I know) We should probably just get rid of the thread and clean up after all this mess that happened.

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    • 15px-Pictogram_voting_comment.svg.pngComment — But why should I be forced to remove a thread that someone else put on my wall? The post isn't breaking any rules, so isn't that violating someone's basic freedom of speech on Wikia?
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    • Now, I'm starting to lean towards

      15px-Symbol_neutral_vote.svg.pngNeutral — (what I'm going to say here is probably going to equal
      15px-Symbol_oppose_vote.svg.pngOppose — ) it's redundant to remove the thread now if it's probably just going to not receive any further replies anyway, it's not like an active thread that's going to constantly appear in the recent changes/wiki activity only users who scroll through your message wall enough will find it. And while it does go into detail about CoinsCP, it's not like the thread causes too much trouble to keep or anything if there's no argument going on there. I can just delete the thread it links to anyway since I'm the founder on there.
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    • 15px-Symbol_neutral_vote.svg.pngNeutral — I say, Tuck's wall, Tuck's call.
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    • ThePK wrote: ... Yes, I have problems with CoinsCP as well, but also, if one reads that thread there, one can see my own issues with Top. I see no reason why users should be voting on whether or not I get to keep a thread that a staff member wrote to me on my wall or not? Is that not absurd...

      15px-Pictogram_voting_comment.svg.pngComment — 1. I have never had a direct issue with you? You can also see on that same wall post that I already stated this. Once again, I don't quite understand where this information is based of...
      2. Removing a thread is far form absurd, we do it all the time... All I want other than restoration of reputations, is to be in no way affiliated with CoinsCP as does everyone else on this wikia if I may add.
      3. If in any case this vote doesn't work. I am willing to take PokémonGamer's proposal of deleting the thread from the other wikia. I'm not above that.
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