I'm Arthur Read fan, one of the bureaucrats and admins here. It's nice to finally meet you.
Recently, one of the other administrators here, User:BoyInCharge55, gave me an unjust warning on my userpage for supposedly violating the Rules and policy, even though none of my contributions here have violated those. According to what he said to me on this thread after I asked him what I did wrong, he said that User:Hello6767's comments weren't spam, despite me saying otherwise. But BoyInCharge55 was the one who blocked that user in the first place, not me, because this took place back in March of this year, before I even became a content moderator, much less an administrator. He could've just told me that Hello6767's comments weren't spam, and I would've accepted that.
Keep in mind, I was still on the relatively new side on this wiki when this occured, so for BoyInCharge55 to give me a warning now, nearly 4 months later, seems really unjust and unfair. Technically, according to the Big Idea Wiki:Rules, in the message wall and article comment policy, even if Hello6767's comments weren't spam, they were still in violation of the rules and policy, because they are opinions, when the policy states (and also stated back in March of this year) that users are not allowed to discuss opinions in the article comments about characters, episodes, etc.
I've seen several users breaking the opinions in article comments rule, including some of the other admins here, User:Josh247tyson for example.
What's allowed in comments, and what aren't? What is your opinion about this? Also, what's your opinion about what BoyInCharge55 did to me? Was it unjust, or was it deserved? I'd really like to know what your thoughts are about these issues.
I hope that you respond back very soon, and I also hope that you have a great day!
-Arthur Read fan
(P.S. Thanks for founding this wiki! This is the best place for Big Idea information on FANDOM!)