User talk:Fredrick day

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Request reason:

reading AN I notice that advocating the statutory rape of children gets you a second chance. While I'm only blocked for socking to make constructive edits (after a period of madness five months ago that did get me rightly block for incivility and harassment), I would like to make the following offer. I'll be happy to consider, maybe considering considering thinking about considering being an editor who edits to advocate the statutory rape of children. I will seriously consider such a thing once the universe ends. If I could be appointed a pro-pedophile mentor - maybe I could be turned around and make the sorts of edits that allow for banning/unbanning on a regular basis. I cannot swear that I would not make thousands of constructive edits in many other topics areas as I have done in the past. --Fredrick day 02:51, 1 August 2008 (UTC)

Decline reason:

You are blocked for harrassing others. It is beyond me why you think that, under these circumstances, an unblock request that attacks other users will even be read more than fleetingly. —  Sandstein  05:55, 1 August 2008 (UTC)

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Because I find it funny - I was blocked five months ago for a week of madness and this puts me beyond the pale. Even though my accounts just try to edit constructive, tried to find out what sort of conditions I'd have to adhere to and got nowhere. Advocate of statutory child rape? no problem, come right in! I find the disparity hilarious.

A note re: Talk:Rorschach test/2009 consensus review[edit]

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