Main Why Fandom Cant Have Nice Things Discussion

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06:27:34 PM Sep 27th 2017
edited by Gavitro
I'd like some context for the TV Tropes example, "In at least one case, continued violations of the Spoiler Policy on a single page have caused a total page-wide prohibition on the spoiler markup."

It's so vague at the moment, that it's more-or-less impossible for most tropers to know exactly what page needed the spoiler prohibition.
09:36:30 PM Jun 20th 2015
Is it applicable to how Joss Whedon was or wasn't forced off twatter?
02:24:55 PM Mar 1st 2014
Too bad Adventure Time episode "Red Throne" never got added to this trope. That episode was the end of all Finn X Flame Princess shippers for life.
02:30:42 PM Mar 1st 2014
That sounds more like Ship Sinking then.
06:52:15 PM Dec 13th 2013
Many of the examples given are genuine harassment of media creators. But some of the examples just strike me as criticism of creators' work, often in a way that wouldn't be out of place in a professionally published review. (And the Doctor Who Restoration Team example is written in a way that seems especially biased to me.)
09:39:09 PM Dec 17th 2013
Any signs of Writer Bashing should be deleted, so you're invited to remove them.
11:55:55 AM Jul 1st 2013
Can someone please tell me what is meant in the Bleach example?
06:11:43 AM Sep 28th 2015
Yeah, I'm confused about this too. There's no indication given that Kubo quit Twitter over piracy (or even that the "congratulations" given was actually due to piracy- it could just be someone who noticed that the manga was close to 400). The actual reason claimed for him to have quit is kind of weird too: someone shared fake photos of him? Doing what?
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