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/u/OKC

Submitted by yaaqov in meta

If I recall correctly, the user who we just banned, /u/Greyscalestarfield, was named /u/OKC until a couple days before said ban. Another /u/OKC has appeared, and their posting behavior seems, well, identical. If this is the same person, that's a TOS violation in of itself, for ban evasion.

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selver wrote

They have terrible opinions, and definitely argue in bad faith, but they've been pretty civil from what I've seen.

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Fossidarity wrote

Well they're both banned now, so it doesn't really matter anymore if they're the same person or not.

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Copenhagen_Bram wrote

finally

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ziq wrote

You shouldn't be rooting for a precedent to ban liberals for being annoying.

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yaaqov wrote

I was under the impression that /u/OKC and /u/Greyscalestarfield could be the same person. Maybe I wasn't clear in my post. /u/Greyscalestarfield definitely broke TOS. I wasn't proposing we ban /u/OKC necessarily, but rather hoping to see if there was a way to determine that this was the same poster.

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ziq wrote (edited )

There's no evidence of that. They for sure weren't called OKC previously because I had my eye on them the moment they started redpilling (2 weeks ago) and the name was /u/Greyscalestarfield.

I'd guess /u/OKC and /u/conservative_raddle_fan are a closer match, based on their writing style.

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yaaqov wrote

Ah, I see. For some reason I thought OKC had changed their name. Thanks for clearing it up.

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Copenhagen_Bram wrote (edited )

if there's something you'd like to discuss with me, I'd be happy to PM you on Matrix.

Or IRC, which is faster.

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ziq wrote

As far as I can tell that okc liberal didn't actually break the tos and was just banned for annoying the shit out of people. That isn't a precedent that you want being set. As a liberal.