It's largely about MY threads, specifically, A). because deleting "a user's topics" is simply "depart from me; I don't know you" sorts of behavior; B). (and because) they're both on-topic and some of the most important in the industry, science being fundamental to public availability of documentation on quality.
4chan administration, it is *not* your responsibility "taking up for" disgustingly abusing privileges. (Neither are similar comments, ITT, welcomed / valid "unless the situations are 'heard out'".)
>[Any relevant suggestions, critiques, etc., of the subforum's cultural aspects].
---- /qa/ memo: It's obviously plausible me reposting these; and it's "obviously relevant". PS: "Complaining about.." is *not* "against the rules".
Can we talk about /vp/'s Pokemon Anime Discussion threads? Over the past 2 years, a couple of users have been ruining the threads and making them practically unusable.
>Exhibit A: Conspiracyposter >A user who migrated here within the past few years. This poster is mass-reporting non-rule-breaking posts and peddling conspiracies .
>Simply posting SFW screenshots of female characters he dislikes, such as Serena, Giselle, or Largo, will lead him to call the poster a "pedo" and report the post even if there's no rule-breaking content or sexual comments about the characters.
>He dislikes posters posting female characters because he believes anyone who posts them or finds the characters attractive are a group coordinating an effort to disrupt the thread because they're part of a cabal that holds Adamant, a fansubber in the community, to high regard, and he and these users coordinate attacks on the /vp/ threads via /a/'s Aikatsu threads (Aikatsu, a female-centric anime, once aired in the timeslot before Pokemon and users would occasionally discuss it while waiting for Pokemon to air live, which infuriated conspiracyposter).
>I've since learned that this user came on /qa/ to spin this conspiracy about Adamant, Aikatsu, and female characters with a number of very long posts but IDK if the took it seriously.
>IDK what the ban process looks like for mods, but I think there's a trigger-happy mod who simply approves a lot of reports by this user on /vp/ without looking at the threads because at this point people are getting banned for posting screenshots of relevant characters.
>I've been banned once for this reason for posting one image of a character he disliked for "spamming." I was unbanned after talking to a mod and showing him the thread + posts. Mod said he'd talk w/ the others about it.
>User bypasses bans frequently because I've seen lots of his posts get completely nuked but his trademark aggressive posting style presents itself again within minutes