Simon oliverus) 12:31, 15 October 2015 (UTC) It’s not just the editors of the talk page who hate Milo

Simon oliverus) 12:31, 15 October 2015 (UTC) It’s not just the editors of the talk page who hate Milo. It’s also the ones on the Wikipedia page of his opponents who think they have been w더킹카지노ronged. There is no such thing as a “fair game” for criticism on the talk page. They are the people who are pushing this idea. They are going down the wrong path, with “what if this weren’t the case and you were so-and-so”. You don’t give someone an automatic right to edit your page and everyone has a right to say exactly how you have gospelhitzbeen treated. And I’m going to continue to point out that some of the edits that are reverted, for example removing his카지노 사이트 “contribution” is really bad. I still think that’s the right thing to do. What are they going to do to the editors who have been editing his page for years? That seems a really bad example. But if the “wrongful treatment” of that user has been restored, then I’ll just ignore it and let everyone go on the page as they wish. That should be enough to give him a “fair play” rating. That was all I was asking for in response to your edits. I thought I would address that last edit, then we can finally move on to a topic where people can discuss about the subject that this seems to be trying to cover up. I suppose you might argue that it was my last edit, but I’m pretty sure that in the last month or so I’ve had about seven or eight edits reverted without being asked first. –Truffles1216 12:41, 15 October 2015 (UTC) The last edit I made to Milo’s talk page was for a different edit to delete the link to Milo’s website with the same name ( on it. I don’t think there is anything objectionable about this link being removed, because it was removed without any prior warning from the talk page, or of course, on the talk page and in the thread at the time. I think removing that link is an example of some of the vandalism that has been going on to the talk pages. They are not protecting what we’ve created here at Wikipedia as a whole, or making any edits on our talk pages that anyone wouldn’t be upset about. I don’t see that as vandalism. I certainly do not see it as “harassment” of anyone, nor do I see it as “doxing”