Just got banned for the first time from one network for my non-religious rant. I know that was foolish of me but i got bored and i can't stop myself from it. It was not just non-religious article though, more of list-post pointing to fanatic christians claims in last decade. Many Christians here atleast admit that opposing LHC experiment saying it's anti-christ was mistake. But on other network lots of Christians ganged up to get me a BAN for that.
I must say Christians and Moderators here on HP are more tolerant to such non-religious rant.
Quit bragging. I got banned from commenting on superherohype because I called out a bunch of whiny obsessive teenagers that were often too inconsistent about their arguments towards superhero films. Saying things like how the first two x-men films and spider-man films all generally sucked, and how Marvel was the only company that knows how to handle them...blah blah blah. Well I called them out on it, and those same fan boys got pissed at me, then they had me banned. However, you don't see me bragging. Granted, you'll probably say, "But Steven, those were kids you were arguing with!" Your right. they were predominantly teenagers, but they were still glaringly wrong in many of their assumptions, so I had to correct them. Sure, they may hate my guts, but I only spoke the damn truth to them.
There's some odd people on here. It annoys me how goddy everything is one here actually.
by Andria 6 years ago
Awake in the wrong hours of the 24 hour clock, I was on a forum I drop by now and then. They run a really funny forum game whereby you dream up a very silly reason to ban the person above you.As we sometimes see bans and folks don't get the why - let's make our own up. But - no nastiness, it really...
by Bad_Company 8 years ago
Life my friends tis a strange thing and it always makes me laugh. As that old TattoGuy I was granted access to the Forums but was banned again by a paranoid woman reporting me and I had a lot of emails supporting me on my reply to this person.Thing is yesterday this same coward who reported me left...
by myownworld 9 years ago
I do know lots of people on the forums one doesn't agree with, but if they cross lines, a 3 day ban suffices. (besides, u avoid them!)However, lately, HT (Health Tips) was banned permanently from the forums. Since then, i see him making a lot of effort to write hubs, write as who he is i.e. 'Art',...
by Deforest 4 years ago
justification? If not like me. Someone can arbitrarily ban anyone for unjustified reason! What is the mean of defense for someone that is banned? Why can't he/she face a trial? Are we a microcosm of democracy or not?
by rebel1 8 years ago
I disagree with it, You don't change your persona in 30 days, I have made no personal attacks to my knowledge. Holy cow its like being put in the "Time out" corner.
by maxx2010 8 years ago
is there anyway of recovering from a ban from hubpages?
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