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To whoever may happen to see this…

I feel this needs to be said.

If you are going to complain for several months that your public Twitter account is being “stalked” because people are viewing it or hearing about it from others, and if you are going to proceed to write a long rant about the illegality of cyberstalking, then you should know it is incredibly hypocritical to use trackers to access someone’s private account they have shared the username of with two people total just so you can block said account. It is also very hypocritical of you to complain about being “stalked” after having engaged in practices such as having spent the past two years gathering and spreading personal information about other people based on things you have overheard in the background of Discord voice calls.

Also, if you so desperately want not to be banned from a Discord server because it’s “too important” to you, then I suggest not stalking several members of said server including the staff. I especially recommend not doing this after you’ve been told your ban may be revoked if you prove you’ve changed, because that’s a very good way to make said ban permanent.

If you happen to have a friend doing any of these things, please step back and take a good look at said friend’s actions. This may come as a surprise to you, but someone having personal or mental problems does not give them a free pass to be a stalker, nor does it excuse their hypocrisy. It’s also rather hypocritical of you to call someone “mental” while defending a person on the spectrum, but I digress.

To anyone who still follows this blog from the good old days, sorry that I’m popping up in your reader with this of all things. But hey, you’re hopefully not hypocritical stalkers, so way to go! Give yourselves a pat on the back for not being terrible people.

Thanks for reading, everyone! I hope you like my blog! ;D

P.S. If this post offends you in any way, well, it obviously shouldn’t! I mean, I didn’t use any names here, so it’s totally fine! Right?!

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