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This account was blocked for 3 months for massive vandalism. --Spankart 18:55, 11 November 2007 (UTC)

based the me the message left, would not a non temporary ban be better? --Roguebfl 22:40, 11 November 2007 (UTC)
Possibly, but I personally think we should reserve infinite blocks for really severe cases. Spankart 23:12, 11 November 2007 (UTC)
I agree with Roguebfl, in my humble opinion, this is a really severe case. Have you read the stuff this guy left on lots of user pages? He/she even threatened the users here. What else do you have to do to get a permanent ban? Anyway, let's just hope this doesn't happen again. --Jack80 12:37, 12 November 2007 (UTC)
Yes, but on the Internet you must realize that you can't ban people. You can only ban accounts or IP addresses, and both can easily be changed by an attacker. The folks at Wikipedia have years of experience with how to deal with vandalism, and so do we here at Wikia. An IP block is a quick help but if someone really wants to continue vandalizing more he can use a different IP address tomorrow. That's okay. Who knows, the IP address might belong to a New York Internet café or whatever. Based on our experience it is unlikely that new vandalism will come from this same IP address in 3 months, but if it does, we can extend the block to infinite and revert the edits just as easily as we did this one. It took the vandal one and a half hours to deface 160 pages, but it took three people no more than 10 minutes to rollback all of it. And actually this particular vandal gave some of us a good laugh. :-) Anyway, this case is settled for the time being, let's get back to work, we have lots of wanted articles. --Spankart 20:04, 12 November 2007 (UTC)
Okay, I guess you guys know what you are doing. :) --Jack80 22:56, 12 November 2007 (UTC)

You are SUCH retards, you perverted freaks. My organization will crush you all. Ban all you like, but know this: I am an Administrator on Wikipedia and I have very good contacts with the people who created and run Wikia. Laugh this off, Spankart.

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