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Note: As of 14:57, 20 Sep 2004 (UTC), this user is inactive for articles, and any correspondence should be made via Email.

Well, I'm sorry that I have to do this, but apparently a guy can't make a few mistakes on here without being called a returning troll. I, personally, stand by every action I've taken on here, and I don't see why the community can't be more supportive. But because of the community's unfriendly attitude, I'm having no support whatsoever from anyone, except an Anonymous lawyer. Thank you, anonymous, for your support, but unfortunately, I'm having to leave this site. Don't know when—if—I'll be back.

Thank you, 33451 (Mail)

Tyler, I hope you still come here to read your former User and Talk pages. I am posting this here because, as an "anonymous" user, I am not able to send emails through this site. During the year-and-a-half since I first began reading and contributing to this site, I have witnessed a disturbing trend towards bias, which, at times, has bordered on fascism. Gradually, the rights of those of us who remain anonymous and/or those of us who are unfairly deemed to be "trolls", as we've both been, have been purposely and knowingly eroded away by a corrupt group of "administrators", who participate in a cabal within the broader scope of this project. My goal is to expose them; and, then, to have one of two things happen: Either this project will be shut down, as its information is more unreliable than one would believe it to be, due to the bias; or this project will undergo a major overhaul, in which the administrators have to play by the rules like everyone else, everyone is able to participate on a level playing field, and censoring others' comments/questions/information, for *any* reason, is not tolerated. If the former happens, unsuspecting people will not be duped into believing this project, in its current state, is credible. If the latter, then we will all be able to breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that the information presented here is at least as reliable as the project's creators claim that it is.

The notion that this place is a friendly, tolerant, or open-minded "community" is the most ludicrous of ridiculous claims that I have ever heard (and, trust me, I've heard a lot). These people let their "power" go to their heads. For many of them, who are mainly your age or younger, the appointment to an "administrative" position here is their first taste of "power". Nothing here safeguards against the potential (and, indeed, rampant) abuse of this "power". Try to fight against it, and you're lambasted as a "troll" or a "vandal". Don't expect support here. Don't come here attempting to make friends. On average, the fanatical and obsessive Wikipedia contributer is not worth getting to know, as he is intolerant of any who thinks differently than he. It is sad to witness what this project's becoming. Thankfully, as I have recently realized, I am not the only one struggling for individual rights and liberties here. Having found other people here like me and you, I've maintained my hope that this place can, and will, change. We just have to keep on top of it, so I seriously hope that you would reconsider your decision to permanently leave here. Do not let Therea Knott's unjustifiable banning get you down. She means nothing to you. She's a bum without any life outside of this website. She's doing what she does because she's trying to kiss one of her superiors' ass, in an attempt to gain even more power here, where a shady deeds--as long as it's committed by an "administrator"--never goes unrewarded by the higher-up's.

As you can see, now that you've found the "User Page" that the corrupt clique created for me, they have accused me of treason, simply because I explained to them that their enforcement of a Wikipedia policy (a policy which, in actuality, does not exist) that revoked Wiki contributors' Constitutional rights, in favor of their own "laws", would likely be considered treasonous in this day and age. I am still, quite frankly, outraged that your school has disallowed you to come here. What if you were to contribute from your home? What if you were to log in with another I.P. address and/or create a new user name? As I said, do not be bothered by Theresa Knott. Everything she says and does has ulterior motives and you cannot trust her as far as you can throw her. Please, if you do come back, respond to this. 19:23, 20 Sep 2004 (UTC)

Hello, sir. I've come back with a new user name, and I'm trying to stay away from the sysop and maintainence stuff—usually if you stick to articles you can do just fine. Anyway, I'd like to know, is there any name you'd like to refer to me by? Please direct all comments to User talk:El Chico. El Chico 12:19, 21 Sep 2004 (UTC)
Hello. Yes, please don't call me "sir"--I hate that. Call me Joe. I am reluctant even to reveal my first name here, as these people already know a decent amount about me and, other than whatever legal actions I may have to take against some of them, I'd love to stay as far away from them as possible--as I did up until June of this year. Your new user name, El Chico, looks familiar. I think you have vandalised some of my contributions to this site. I will have to check up on and then I'll get back to you. Joe64.12.116.141 21:54, 21 Sep 2004 (UTC)
OK...I've looked. You have not vandalised my pages, however you've added my I.P. address to the top of my user pages. I've deleted them, as I see no reason to broadcast such information so overtly. I don't know why you would have taken it upon yourself to change my pages; but, please, in the future, leave them as I would have them. 21:57, 21 Sep 2004 (UTC)
Sorry about that. I figured that if I'd put that your IPs were operated by a large company than the sysops would be less likely to block them. — El Chico! Talk 23:50, 21 Sep 2004 (UTC)
No problem. However, before I knew "El Chico" was you, I had worried that yet another upstart sysop with P.M.S. was out to harass all of us "little people". I don't know which is more frightening: the magnitude of the corruption present in some of the "sysops" here or the sheer quantity of "sysops" that condone, if not practice, such corruption. As for the reasoning that the "sysops" would see "Comcast" or "AOL" and decide not to block certain I.P. addresses, a bigotry exists in the majority of sysops against these multi-national corporations. To them, AOL is an enemy to society, as dangerous as Hitler, that must be brought down no matter the cost. These people are crazy. As they are mostly little kids (younger than you), I am sure it is the trendy thing to "rebel" against a corporation such as AOL. However, in my opinion, Steve Case is nothing short of an entreprenuerial genius. At any rate, I digress...the Comcast address to which you affixed your notification message is, in fact, one of my many static I.P. addresses. I, and only I, can use it. For that reason, I do not wish to call unnecessary attention to it. 20:30, 25 Sep 2004 (UTC)
Okay, sorry, from now on I'll only do dynamic IPs…Can we move this discussion to User talk:El Chico, please, where I'm more likely to see it? — El Chico! Talk 12:03, 27 Sep 2004 (UTC)