"I was in a hurry and forgot to post my name, and the computers on my campus *apparently* go through some form of IP shuffling with each logon. I never have the same ID twice in two separate sessions when I post under my name on here."
That's a conveniently likely story. But, whatever.
"I don't get *that* in-depth into the site. I just hop on to check for new uploads and then hop off again. If there was some dealing under the table/preferential post editing/whatever the fuck it is you're talking about going on, I wasn't aware of it."
>wasn't aware of it
Then, maybe it is YOU who shouldn't be telling others that they don't know what they are talking about. I hop onto sites just like you cause I'm after the content, not the drama. Of course if the drama is good enough, which it sometimes is, I skim first(cause even if the threads are full of text, that doesn't mean it's any good or relevant to my interests, like some folks think of this thread here) then decide whether its worth a read on or even getting involved; seldom is it ever worth getting involved unless you have a strong enough point that seems to have been overlooked or not presented there.
It might be shocking to a select few to know this, but, people can decide when to NOT read something or just stop reading something right in the middle of it. They can also choose not to respond to anything they read about. Responding to said something without adequately reading into it however, is a different affair. Quick general opinions are fine off and on, but when those out their don't read and just run off making unsubstantiated opinions, it's quite annoying.
"I'm not 'delusional' and I sure as hell ain't 'whiteknighting'. I just wasn't about to let someone trash-talk a good artist I watched on that site. If the stuff you're revealing to me now is true, though, I guess I'll take you at your word."
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