I'm a huge fan of almost every film and TV show. On this site, I help update the articles on almost everything. If you have any questions, fill free to ask.
I don't think Wikipedia is fun anymore. Why? Because it's got users who want a page to be deleted just because they can't find sources, but most others have. Some relist the debate for deletion even after the case was closed for keep. It's like they never learned to make their minds and they probably will not learn to to do it. Some can't even learn to discuss the changes on the talk page. I wish these problems never happened in the first place, then things would be a lot more better.
Another problem I'm currently having right now is being accused for being mean, starting an edit war, and being untrustworthy and I do not appreciate that. As the old saying goes, "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all." and quite frankly, some of these haven't learn that old saying and probably never will. Another problem here is that many users can't even learn to let it go, especially when it comes to problems on articles from their point of view. For instance, there's the "Crush" issue going on on the Dinosaur Train article and its list of characters. No matter how many times you tell a user to let it go, they won't let it go. At least, I've always learn to let it go (to most things).
We were always taught to never blame our actions on someone else and apparently most of these users haven't been taught that. I don't know if I want to continue my contributions here if anymore accusations come up.
Most of the time, I'm not myself around here because of the problems I've had outside Wikipedia and when a problem happens here, it just makes things worst. If fact, this first happened a year ago when I wasn't myself during the time they were doing some cleanup on the Shout! Factory page. When we're not ourselves, it makes us do crazy stuff like undoing someone's cleanup. I'm sure this happens to everyone.
After some thinking, I've decided that it's time for me to quit Wikipedia. No one bothers asking me how I'm feeling nor that I did use Rollback on some vandalism. Those non-vandalism activity, I wasn't myself those times. My brain was out of focus and I accidentally clicked rollback on a clean up page instead of the vandalized page. No thanks to that, my Rollback duties have been temporary revoked. I tried to tell people what really happened, but they wouldn't listen and will not. If that's the way it's gonna be, fine by me. Sure gonna miss doing research and contributing to this site.
I've decided to stay for a some time. I don't know when I will leave.
I have finally decided to leave this God Forsaking site by the end of the month. It seems people are now thinking that former programming list is fancruft and are making a big deal of it. This situation is happening at List of programs broadcast by Antenna TV. Someone claims that it's former programming list is fancruft when it's not. I'm not the only one affecting by the change. There are others that didn't like it judging by its history. If no one likes former programming lists, they need to keep that to themselves, at least that's what I do.
After the Antenna TV incident, I've decided not to watch that channel anymore along with Me-TV and any channel that focuses on Retro Television. My interest in Retro Television is long gone no thanks to that user who shall remain nameless. I know it's harsh, but I've no other choice. This user won the argument and I lost.
After my talk with Thibbs on The Incident, I decided to stay, although I don't know for how long. I feel like I may be dying after keeping on remembering that painful memory. Even though I can't watch Antenna TV, Me-TV, and RTV anymore, I just don't have the heart to unlike their Facebook pages.
I still don't know how much longer I can live. It was already bad enough with the voice actors problem, then the TV programming list, and now The Jungle Book (2016). I wish people would stop wasting my time zone.
Well, I guess this is it. If no one believes in me, fine by me. Goodbye forever.
Although I said I'm leaving, I've never said on what day and month. I have a feeling that I will leave either at the end of the month or in mid February. It was already bad enough that no one believes me that the TriStar Pictures Animated Films doesn't belong to Cowboy Bebop: The Movie article. Now a similar thing is happening at Fantasia 2000. Adding Disney as distributor is just plain redundant and as we all know, Disney was never a distribution label. That distinction belongs to Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (formerly Buena Vista) and I was just told in the last minute that it's against the rules to correct info even though we always do that. If everyone wants that redundant info on the page, so be it. I don't care. There's no one here to back me up on this anyway.
I have decided not to leave Wikipedia again. I still don't know how much longer I can live though.
My 24 hour block back in February has help me a little how problems can be solved without edit warring. I'm slowly doing what most of my companions are telling me.
There's a rumor that I may as well be blocked for edit warring List of children's films and I for one find that false. I only stopped editing that page after three times. Hopefully this problem will be resolved sooner. If not, then I'll be ready for my punishment.
I think it's safe to say that the accusation has finally been resolved. The user who did that was just a beginner who wanted me out just because I was right and he was wrong.
Because of recent tension involving guest star lists on the season 5 episodes of Once Upon a Time (TV series), I think I need some time away from Wikipedia. I don't for how long.
My problem with the pages involving Season 5 of Once Upon a Time is that a user who shall be nameless thinks that none of the actors listed on each of the episodes and the Once Upon a Time (season 5) page are not guest stars and are only co-stars. I'm not the only one that's upset by this sudden change. There's are others who object to this. And to make matters worse, that user acts like he/she owns those pages. It'll take a miracle from God to end this problem. Until then, I think I'll stay away from any OUAT related pages and take a long break from the show entirely and focus on my other media interests. God only knows how long this break will end.
Dealing with IP hoppers is definitely not my thing as I found out today. I'll never fully understand why we can't add TV distributors nor the As of comments to pages.
I can now officially say that my very long break from Once Upon a Time is over. But even despite that, I still cannot edit any page involving the show except for the actors involved with the show. 2016 on Wikipedia is definitely not my year.
Seeing users not agreeing on anything is definitely the most heartbreaking experience I have ever seen. It's too bad I'm not a admin. I ain't worthy enough to be one anyway.
Because of recent tensions on Adventures of the Little Koala over two categories and The Lion Guard over distribution, I think it's best I just away from those pages until everything's all clear. God only knows how long it will be.
Due to the current problem I have with Little Koala, I can no longer watch the show anymore. I wish the category problem didn't happen in the first place, in fact, I wish that IP hopper would go away forever.
Due to recent IP hopper spreading lies on Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks, I cannot watch that show anymore. Why can't IP Hoppers just leave me alone and go away?
Although my Piggley Winks problem has been resolved, I still cannot it watch it yet. Can't say the same thing about Little Koala and Lion Guard. Since February, I'm too much of a coward to report IP hoppers.
I shall never fully understand why IP hoppers insisted on removing birth dates on talented people, especially Hayley Sales. What ever happened to discussing the issue on talk pages and then solve the problem? People are starting to forget all that.
I've lost a few of my favorite interests since 2015. It was already bad enough that I lost interest in RTV, Antenna TV, and Me TV due to false accusations back in June 2015. This year has gotten even worse when I lost interest in Lion Guard, Little Koala, and Piggley Winks. I wish this pain would go away forever. At a moment like this, I could use my late mom's comfort right about now.
During this year, I've chosen to only listen to professional users who knows how things on Wikipedia are actually done and not to beginners who think they do when they don't.
Of all the harsh decisions I've made on Wikipedia this year, loosing interest on Little Koala takes the prize. I still wish my problem with the article didn't happen in the first place.
It would appear that my thirst for justice on Little Koala has dried up. No one wants to be on my side anyway. If that IP user never showed up, none of this would've happened, but there's nothing else I can do to change all that. And I so wanted to get back on that show.
It would seem that my Piggley Winks problem has finally been resolved once again. Still can't say the same about Little Koala and Lion Guard. God only knows if I'll ever get back at those shows.
I said it once and I'll say it again, 2016 on Wikipedia is definitely not my year. Of all the bad stuff that happened, encountering bully IP users takes the cake. Still wish they didn't came here in the first place and then my life would've been peaceful.