User talk:DBZfan29

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Just removing EVERYTHING on this page because it's getting me dizzy... Anything someone wants to continue, do so but please name the discussion. One more thing, if I don't like what I'm reading IT WILL BE DELETED. It seems that certain people tend to get me going, so YOU WILL IMMEDIATELY GET REMOVED FROM THE PAGE. Unless of course I can't resist commenting back... One more thing I have to say I was unfairly blocked because every time I do something I seem to get reverted BY THE SAME PERSON. Then we have a war when I try not to, they warn me, I get reported, I get blocked, the page I edited gets locked, and then this person continues to revert everyone's edits. I really needed to get that off my chest! It's like when you write a letter out of anger (which I did once because my teacher said I don't stop talking and I think I can do what I want because I'm smart and then he asked the class if they agreed with me!)...

Again, I have been unfairly blocked. I'll admit reverting edits last time was wrong, but this time I never reverted anything. Let me explain - maybe someone will see that I didn't do anything wrong...

My Story[edit]

I noticed that the List of Dragon Ball GT episodes pages still said that the first 16 episodes were known as the lost episodes[1]. I then changed it[2]. User:Collectonian reverted the edit and said, "provide a source or discuss - do not start another edit war please." Before I could find sources, she made an edit[3] and said, "found DVD cover - corrected to match." I then cited my edit (not knowing of her edit at the time) using an official trailer on the GT season one set[4]. She reverted the edit[5] before I could realize she did it herself and said, unnecessary per already done self-revert (and for future note, never put references in a header - totally breaks the page)." Her and I then got into a discussion at her talk page[6]. I understood what she was saying and found a way to satisfy both of us[7]. She reverted this saying, "again, no - unsourced, fan/OR/opinion that does not belong." I didn't get mad, so I just cited my edit[8]. She reverted it saying, "I thought perhaps you had learned, but it woudl seem not - these do not belong and are OR." She did this as I was fixing a spacing error, so when I had to choose between edits I chose mine. She reverted (yet again) saying, "obviously that was NOT a spacing error." That made a total of five reverts for her - and none for me[9]. She gave me a warning on my page saying I was edit-warring and disobeying the three-revert rule[10]. When did I ever revert? I thought she deserved one more than me, so I added a warning on her page[11]. She removed it thinking I was (when I was not) vandalizing[12]. I thought this was wrong so I reported her[13]. They dismissed it saying I needed to resolve this issue personally. Meanwhile, she was reporting me[14]. Now I've been blocked for two days and she gets to slide... What did I ever do wrong? I was told to resolve the issue personally but she gets to get me blocked! This is very unfair - Doesn't anyone agree?

...Oh and I might have used my IP on purpose in one edit because I thought she wouldn't notice. If you want to think that's a revert, so be it. But I did also edit other things on the page! And the edit conflict, people feel that's a revert, too, so only two for me and five for her! DBZfan29 (talk) 16:46, 5 September 2009 (UTC)

I would recamend that you...[edit]

Back away from the horse carcass. Wikipedia:Drop the stick and back slowly away from the horse carcass Also, I don't think Collection wants the disscusion on her talk page. Abce2|TalkSign 03:50, 6 September 2009 (UTC)

Just coming to leave a message of the same sort when Abce2 beat me to it, I'll second the suggestion. It appears you were blocked for disruption before, and the block was not overruled. There's really nothing more to be gained by talking about it on another editor's talk page. As a word of friendly advice, just drop it and move on. I can promise you no one else wants to talk about prior blocks, as long as you go on to edit productively. Good luck! Dayewalker (talk) 03:56, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
Please, like with both said, stop poking a dead horse. Abce2|TalkSign 03:59, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
I'm only bringing them up because they contradict what Collect is saying. Read my latest reply on Gwen's page - it explains how this has nothing really to do with my prior block, but with the fact that Collect won't leave me alone. DBZfan29 (talk) 04:01, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
Acually, you have kept bringing the same issue up. Abce2|TalkSign 04:03, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
I really don't want to get in another pointless argument, but please drop the subject.Abce2|TalkSign 04:05, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
Just stop. Frankly, I don't care who is wrong at this point. All I know, is that you are just begging to get blocked indefinitely. What do you actually plan on achieving with this? Prove a purposeless point? You have continuously lied about your own actions (despite the fact that Wikipedia logs everything), badgered everyone and their mothers about this topic, and ignored people who are telling you to stop. Just ignore one another and get the hell over it. –túrianpatois 04:06, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
Seconded. Abce2|TalkSign 04:09, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
Why don't you tell that to Collect, too, since she's the one who began the discussion at Gwen's page. She's starts problems by reverting and going to administrators for help, so why don't you tell her to get the hell over it. Anyway, when did I lie about my actions? When did I badger people's mothers into these topics? When did I ignore people? It seems Collectonian need to stop and leave me alone. I'm going to try to make an editing restriction against her so she can't edit the pages I've visited. That might stop this from happening... first I have to learn how to request it... DBZfan29 (talk) 04:13, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
I am not too sure you are aware, but it takes two to tango. If you stop, she will have nothing to complain about. You are just feeding her motives (and giving her reason to as well). Just. Stop. –túrianpatois 04:15, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
Stop. Simple. Abce2|TalkSign 04:16, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
So I'm just supposed to stop editing completely because that's the only way she'll stop, too. DBZfan29 (talk) 04:17, 6 September 2009 (UTC)
No, stop editing the disputed topic.Abce2|TalkSign 04:18, 6 September 2009 (UTC)

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