Because of your edits to and the wiki, Autopatrolled has been added to your user rights. This lets you bypass most of the abuse filters, bypass the CAPTCHA, and edit more frequently. If you have questions,
bleat ask away.
We hope you enjoy your newfound POWER — and these external tools:
- Google Scholar Button (Chrome, Firefox) searches your highlighted text in Google Scholar. Easily check academic citations!
- web.archive.org and archive.is can save permanent copies of webpages. Never lose a crank website or racist Tweet ever again! — Oxyaena Harass 13:06, 29 April 2020 (UTC)
Exploit for edits
Hey guys, I just noticed something. You can build up "edits" by just editing your user page and not actually editing articles, therefore it's very easy to get Autopatrolled and so on by just editing your user page. Is there a fix for this. --Boredsocialist (talk) 11:18, 27 August 2020 (UTC)
- @Fowler What's a sysop and what do they do? --Boredsocialist (talk) 11:58, 27 August 2020 (UTC)
@Delibirda I'm Irish, but I'm interested in US politics, mostly because it would have more impact on the world as a whole than Ireland. I was mostly inspired by James Connolly and began research into economic models. --Boredsocialist (talk) 23:26, 28 August 2020 (UTC)
Question on Responsibility
I've recently had a thought. Is legal responsibility, when it matches with moral/factual responsibility, circular and therefore illogical? It both makes sense that moral responsibility for a crime leads to legal responsibility but at the same time illogical because of perceived circularness. Is it P1:One is factually/morally responsible P2. Therefore legally responsible then P1? Or P1 Person proven factually/morally responsible, P2. Therefore legal responsible then a C. Therefore should receive legal liability? --Boredsocialist (talk) 15:26, 20 September 2021 (UTC)