Hey, could I ask your help on this matter...again? David messaged me on that wiki of his, and it seems he's made it private again, gone back to blocking every user and all that. This is the one where we tried to convince him to do otherwise back in June.
I expect my arguments will fall on deaf ears and you tend to have quicker success with him.
Do you know where I should report him? Typing Special:Contact into the searchbar on CC now redirirects to this page. I poked around the "Reporting Problems on FANDOM" webpage it links to, but none of the options looked like the proper place to report a private wiki issue.
what do you personally think is the most popular couple in the kim possible fandom. i personally consider it to be ron/kim but what do you think is the most popular one. thanks for taking the time to read this
i personally agree with your edit on the shipping page thar kigo is second only to K/R in terms of popularity among the fans if only by a slight margin. how do you think K/R was handled in KP season 4? i believe K/R was handled prety well in terms of keeping the relationship realistic and not overtaking the show. TV tropes also seems to agree with the shipping page on K/R slitghlty eclisping kigo in terms of populairty but everyone like you and myself have our own opinions on this topic.
My largest problem with S4 was that they kept making Ron the butt of all jokes instead of having another character tp make the joke of the day. All the way up to the last episode where he stepped up to Warhok, only to get smacked aside and sent flying into Kim, knocking her cold.
In other words, by stepping up when he *knew better* in other episodes (Team Impossible, "Are you ready, Ron?" "Uhm, define 'ready'." "To stay out of the way." "Oh! Yeah. Ready!"), 'he put Kim's life in danger.
I could list all the little things which made Ron a bad boyfriend. But that would then sound like I don't like Ron…
OK but i keep finding relationship anaylsis online comparing the couple favorably to other couples and statments saying K/R are relationship goals.we are all entitled to personal opinions, i myself supprt K/R by the way
Oh, rest assured I'm not trying to dissuade anyone from K/R. It is canon, and if you like it, you like it.
But see, I happen to be a professional relationship therapist. I look at what the writers gave us through a professional eye. As they are writers of a youth-targeted comedic cartoon, their relationship "advice" is not exactly a "roadmap" to building a proper healthy relationship. Healthy relationship goals it is not.
One series of examples can be found in Chasing Rufus. Kim and Ron are flying home on a commercial flight. Somehow, through what I'll call his "Ron Aura", his seat in coach broke and he was upgraded to First Class. Did he give that upgrade to his girlfriend? No. He gushed over how nice he had it while failing to pick up on her grousing on "her" bad experience in coach.
When they had to fly back, Ron *intentionally* attempted to break his seat, which he managed to do, wondering if he would get another First Class upgrade, which he got. And again, he took it with no thought of his girlfriend.
Ron's actions here is not something to hold up as an example of being a good boyfriend. It's a poor relationship goal. If (I don't know your gender) you or someone you know does things like this in their relationship(s), it is a red flag. Most relationships can survive a red flag or 2, but a warning omen it very much is.
Like I said, I'm not out to dissuade anyone's minds about K/R. It's a TV show. But as a professional who has to help people/couples undo . correct, or get past poor/toxic relationships IRL, I can't concur with people on the internet who say it's a good example to emulate.
Also, as a writer and beta-proofer, I constantly advise first, know canon. You can tweak a few aspects here and there, even wholesale ignore parts (hey, I'm constantly making AUs for KP), but a writer should KNOW CANON.
Could I ask your advice on this? I've never edited their and I don't remember ever interacting with that user, but it seems I've been promoted to admin. I'm planning on just ignoring it, but I wanted to know if you thought it'd be worth it to ask them to remove the admin rights.
I checked up on that shrekadventures wiki (I believe Trans created a long time ago during one of David's blocks) and found that a couple of IPs are editing there. To confirm my suspicions, I corrected some grammar, and to no one's surprise, a classic Fan-Trevor edit war started.
I'm reporting it because it's what I've done every other time, but honestly? At this point it seems he's just harmless. He's all off the beaten path, not attacking anyone. The anon's reversions did not contain any angry messages, and all he's done is message Jade to get her to block me-only after I edited to confirm my suspicions. I'm fine leaving him be, but if anon editing needs to be disabled there or something, I guess that has to happen.
Also, she won't listen to me most likely (and if I were to talk to her, he'd throw a fit), so I think you need to explain to Trans again tat she can't interact with him.
Not a bother. Staff has reached the point where they consider trevor a non-issue. He's stuck being an anon, and the longer ips are momentary and will change each time he logs on/off his phone so blocking is next to useless.
So basically, we just monitor and leave him alone.
Hey, can you give me your opinion on JadeGodzilla? They've recently showed up on another wiki I admin on. They added a category to a page where another user had just gotten blocked for adding the same page to the same category after being warned not to. You've said you've encountered them before-are they a "Malicious User" or do they just sometimes do strange things?
Part of the issue *was* that Ryan repeatedly asks really specific questions when writing their transcript fanfictions, usually which he knows the answer to. She and I both talked to him about it, and he agreed he might want to stop.
She keeps doing it though. I've asked him, and he has indicated it upsets him.
I understand we probably cannot do more than I already have done, as she isn't at all obligated to have to reply to or pay attention him in any way, but it's kinda gotten mean and I'm hoping we can at least persuade her to be nicer about it. This has been going on for awhile (months now, I think).
I've messaged you here to not run the risk of either of them seeing this and getting hurt by it.
Well, this catches us by our petards. Hard to get her to stand up to others pressuring her and then try to tell her to moderate that. I'm afraid "no means no" outweighs her capitulating to others. So long as she doesn't start verbally abusing them, if she doesn't want to respond, that's how we nudged her to be.
I'm sorry if I don't have the authority to request a block yet, but I honestly don't think David is willing to listen. I've had multiple conversations since his global ended months ago warning him to be polite and each time he talks back and makes excuses. (I can link you too them if you like). I can't think of any new argument I can make or new reasoning I can provide that he will listen to.