He's the one that made it about himself
he called me taliban in this thread and got an infraction
and this involves this naive boy Kiedis considering he is one of Clay Fail's greatest supporters.
As a 'supporter' or how you guys wanna call it, of CD's return I respect the opinions of the people who do think he should stay permabanned (you, Leng, Karin, Raquel and trippy) and indeed some of his supporters are clowns of the highest order. I won't call names, but he did have some delusional fanboys who gave me the impression that they are just retarded as can be.
But the last couple of posts between you and Kiedis is going on and on about Taliban and other stuff inappropriate for this thread so please be the wiser of the two and cut that crap.
Let's just talk whether CD should return or not, and if he returns what his punishment should be.
There is no such thing as being provoked. Bullshit. Never an excuse. Clay Death is a terrible poster, we all know that but he deserves to come back because permabanned someone for repeated rule violations is wrong. Permaban should be used only for intolerable actions.
Not always agree with you, but you have a point in this.
Short and powerful message, but so much truth in it. And yes CD is a terrible poster in GM sometimes, and I was around in 2008 when he was a lunatic but I think he improved his behaviour.
Did he go too far (whether provoked or not) sometime? Yes.
Did he really made an intolerable action? No.
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