Hello. We really haven't decided on any policies just yet regarding people vandalizing intentionally. I'm afraid we also don't have a policy yet addressing how people may contest a ban. So, in the mean time, I went ahead and just choose to ban you indefinitely. I figured no one will really get upset over that, so its probably a good judge of consensus. If/when we get around to setting up the procedures for contesting, and if you disagree with your indefinite ban, please consider contesting it at that time. I'd be willing to email you when that option was made available, but unfortunately, you cannot register at this time, either so you can't receive emails. Them's the breaks. Glad you had fun, though. It was fun for us, too, to see easy reverts and an indefinite ban in action. --Revanche (talk|contribs) 23:53, 16 July 2009 (UTC)
Note to Admins: this user was blocked based upon this threat to continue blanking pages and this threat to what appears to be the previous Editor of the template. Request to be unblocked was ignored, for no such policy has yet been adopted. (Note also: vandal is also trolling by trying to create unblock templates, which lead to no established categories, indicating the attempt was to get blocked as quickly as possible so that it could attempt to harass the site via the (non-existant) unblock process.) --Revanche (talk|contribs) 02:43, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
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