Difference between revisions of "User talk:DarienLeonhart"

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Hello, I've come to talk to you about your overall tone in the text that you put out. Yes, you may be calm behind the computer, but what is typed on the screen will give off a different emotion. Writing in ALL CAPS can appear as shouting, because the letters are big and attention grabbing, so is bolding. Secondly, Spriteit is a {{bp|Bureaucrat}} which means that yes, he is a staff member (and one that is of a higher rank than me). And if we feel someone is being overly aggressive (again, we judge that by the tone of the text, not how you are actually feeling), then we will tell them that they need to calm down. Thank you. --[[User:Force Fire|<span style="color:#AB2813">'''F'''</span><span style="color:#C87365">orce</span>]][[User talk:Force Fire|<span style="color:#26649C">'''F'''</span><span style="color:#729ABF">ire</span>]] 12:27, 13 August 2015 (UTC)
 
:Writing in all caps for every word would be considered yelling... yes. But one one word is being used to stress the word, nothing more. So if you or someone else take it as yelling, that's not my problem. Check your eyes. I didn't use any bold print. If I don't like being told to calm down, I will say so. I have no problem speaking my mind, so again. I'm not violating any policy by voicing my opinion or how something makes me feel, so lay off. I don't care if he/she is a bureaucrat, I'm not violating any policy. So he/she can say what they are going to say without mentioning my emotional state or the need to calm down. If someone reads my comment as aggressive, that's their problem not mine. Stating that I don't like being told to calm down is not being aggressive. You can't make me not state that I don't like something. I didn't say any threats, insults or foul language and therefore did not violate any policy.<br>[[User:DarienLeonhart|DarienLeonhart]] ([[User talk:DarienLeonhart|talk]]) 17:44, 13 August 2015 (UTC)