I'm just going to slip in with a quick rephrasing of a point before I go to sleep. I could be reading this wrong, but this is something I'm hearing people say that might not quite be clicking with seebs? It's been a consistent point on the site since the beginning that Seebs wants this to be a place where people don't have to worry that struggling with control/explosions/etc will get them kicked out. And that's a point that Seebs is reiterating now, and it's a stance that I think lots of people on the site do support. But what I'm also hearing people say is that they feel like it's... the primary/only concern right now, being sure people don't worry about being kicked out. Again, I'm possibly reading this very wrong, work has been crazy and I'm so very tired, but I feel like Seebs might be hitting this point hard because bans don't happen often, and they're wanting to reinforce that bans are still going to be the exception rather than the rule. I think people are getting frustrated because that's not a point they're really worried about. I'm not going to say that nobody is worried about 'what if I'm next', but I don't think it's much of a concern for the people posting in this conversation. The people in here are asking about a different angle of the issue, but when Seebs goes back around to the 'what if I'm next', they feel ignored (and maybe like shades of when alix was hurting people and those people she hurt felt ignored/neglected) I don't think that the 'what if I'm next' is a bad point to reinforce, but I get the impression that people are feeling like... Seebs is talking about A, then people ask 'okay, now what about B', and Seebs responds with 'anyways, A'