Most of what isn't SE-related things has been a particular person crying about me on another particular member's blog.
> My idea is that one of us casts the initial reopen vote on a question that should not be closed, then we let 3 trolls say "leave closed" which is what they always do anyway :-/, then the other of us two puts the question back into the reopen queue, before the reopen votes it has attained so far decay, by voting to reopen too.
So this was found in there (just before I was laughably claimed to "the dark side")
No idea if this "plan" was put into action or not, but
> Kyle Kanos is such a big anti-scientific, anti-academic SE gullomized zombique politician,
Because of personal reasons, I don't think academia should not exist at all
> Kyle Kanos should immediately be banned from reviewing questions. Together with @ChrisWhite and probably others of the >3000 k users who have no technical knowledge about theoretical physics themself but are politically hyperactive in the review queue, such a gang of anti theoretical physics zealots can do a lot of damage to the site if they decide to systematically start persecuting string theory questions ...
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