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That's a fair point and well meant. Considering the context and joviality of my post, I didn't think it would offend so easily. Clearly that was naive and a mistake on my part; I underestimated the users here. I expected a dedicated anime board to have this flavor of world views, but I did not understand that these were so close to wizardchans; I didn't know opinions were so extreme here. That being said, I still didn't violate the rules, even by your count.
>Reason: ex 8 ) Meta, and Complaining about the community's views/opinions. - If you've got a problem with TC or it's userbase, take it to /fb/ ("2d or 3d, moe is moe, my friend")
I didn't complain about your views, or intentionally antagonist anyone. I understand what I voiced was unpopular, but saying something unpopular isn't against the rules.
You have been very polite and considering the ethos of the site (which does not bother me) you have been surprisingly unbiased in your treatment of me. Thank you.
The reason I am bothering to show you that my ban was unfair is because I thought it stemmed from inappropriate behavior from your moderator. His post >>6234 pretty much proves my point.
I understand why my post might have been seen as incendiary, and to that extend, if the mod had stepped in and let me know that voicing that kind of opinion might lead to anger and arguments from other users I would have been perfectly fine to defer to his guidance, and drop it on the spot. I come here do have fun and discuss anime, I don't want to start arguments or alienate the people I talk to. But he didn't give me a warning or help me navigate my way around the site without upsetting people. He got emotional and banned me, and that was highly unprofessional. It made me mad, it was unfair, I complained, and the thread got derailed. I recognize my part in this, I could have handled things better, but I was angry. Breaking the rules deserves a ban. I voiced an unpopul
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