User:Porchcorpter

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Negative feedback

I'm not interested in any negative feedback anymore, so please do not give me any of your stupid negative feedback! First of all, negative feedback is more to attack the characteristics of a person, not their actual editing. Please note that I do not take any crud with negative feedback any longer.

Is Wikipedia biased against Xbox One

From what I see in the sales in Xbox One, it is STILL 3 MILLION UNITS SINCE DECEMBER 2013. Well guess what, how did the Xbox One even survive that long with that many sales? I went to my local Gamestop and found out they told me another website which gives more accurate sales, VG Chartz. And guess what, Xbox One has nearly 20 million units, while PS4 has 35 million, which is exactly what the PS4 article shows.

I myself ONCE updated Xbox 1 sales, only for it to be reverted as "unofficial estimate" and "hopefully Microsoft will say their sales at E3". Well guess what, after E3 did Microsoft not mention their sales?

The updates are here and here, the reverts are here and here. Nearly every other site on the internet, including VG Chartz, all mentions the same updated sales, while WP still has it at 3 million.

More what I learnt

  • You don't have to be friends, but you have to be friendly.
    • So, if you don't want to be friends, you don't need to, but you must always be friendly.
  • I have been reminded of a lot of things in my childhood

About the 6-month block

About the 6-month block. The point of the block was that I did not do anything disruptive, nothing, nothing disruptive whatsoever. If you do not know what disruption means, it means "when you keep making problems and others cannot stop you". That's what disruption means.

The whole point was that I was not told what I did wrong. So, it was "we know you did something wrong, but it is our secret what you did wrong, so we were not telling you what you did wrong". So, does that mean, you were keeping a secret what I did wrong?
Or was it that my edits from 29 December 2011 to 29 June 2012 were automatically going to be disruptive. I thought disruption can occur at anytime, not exactly from one time/date to another.