>>98990875>Huh, they actually do have a rule like that. How strictly does it get enforced, do people get in trouble if they say anything critical about the show?
Well, this poster:>>98990898
Probably got his ban a long time ago. These days the mods tend to be pretty relaxed about the rules, they only ever seem to ban anyone in case a thread gets derailed or in case the user is a random shitposter.
The guy depicted here:>>98990683
Is Pedro Ferreira (username pferreira), the only guy I've ever seen actually demand that nonsensical rule ought to be enforced and that other users should get permabanned for it. Ironically, he's known deliberately only logging in once a week starting fights with anyone daring to point out that the 87 cartoon was mainly intended to be a toy commercial. He never seems to understand the people who don't like the show and when they point out his arguments don't make any sense, he accuses them of bullying and resorts to personal attacks. He's also known for straight up ignoring most of what the other users write, just so he can cherry pick a narrative that suits him. Understandably, he got on peoples nerves and they eventually just started trolling by calling him a mental patient, which really gets under his skin. Eventually it got so bad, he and a few others got a temporary ban after his facebook profile leaked. And to sweeten the deal, after he came back it was revealed that he had also gotten banned from a Ghostbusters forum and a Star Trek forum respectively. In both cases he claims that he got banned for having conservative views, even though others who went there said it was for acting like an asshole, just like on the Technodrome. Oh, and he's also a fan of AoStH, SatAM and some british game show for children. In fact, pretty much everything he seems to like is stuff he would have been exposed to as a pre-teen.