Before I even begin this blog, I guarantee some mod is gonna get pissed off and try to bring up "something I did," but that's not what this is about. This is merely a discussion about a rule I personally find rather hypocritical.

 As you may or may not know, there exists a rule for chat that one "Must listen to what mods tell you to do," which is usually interpreted as "Don't argue with mods." I find this rule highly irrational due to a minor little detail. As a chatter, I find it pretty annoying when someone accuses me of something. One's natural reaction is to defend themselves, correct? Well, what if that person is a mod? Does this mean that they can argue back with you, and when you provide factual statements AND evidence, that they may ban you for "arguing with them" when it was simply self defense? That is highly hypocritical. Arguing with a mod should, in my opinion, be when someone genuinely breaks a rule and refuses to stop and then just mindlessly argues, not when a user is accused 

I apologize for the sketchy coverups, but I wanted to protect their privacy. Also, bad example, but I did it in a hurry.

 Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments, though I will ignore the ones saying "VKO, you are terrible, nag nag nag." Just don't do it.

Fair winds and following seas.

Luna-left2Princess Luna Luna sig right 23:30, June 24, 2013 (UTC)