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House elf articles
Hi, I've seen your edits on the house elf articles where you call them slaves. That we don't do here because of the Harry Potter Wiki:Neutral point of view. They are servants and the other term should not be used. But nonetheless thank you for helping this wiki. 22:41, January 26, 2013 (UTC)
- Harry Potter Wiki.
- Continuing to edit in a particular manner after you have been asked to stop and informed of our policies is a form of vandalism. ProfessorTofty (talk) 02:13, January 28, 2013 (UTC)
Listin Harry Granger. Call the House-elfs what you want but if they can not leave with out being set free or if there being forced to work then they are slaves. I would know because I am the descendant of American slaves. So I have to disagre with you on that one. And just to be clear thats what you dont do. And I am just a kid so back off. Also I am not happy about you deleting my page about Free elfs. So after this month I will do it again and please just leave it alone!
Hi. First, I figured I'd say that when you're blocked it isn't exactly smart to edit when you're not. And also, as sorry as I feel for you or your family, here on the wiki we have a neutral point of view policy, which you were given a link to in Harry granger's message. If you read that then you will know that changing "servant" to "slave", no matter how appropriate it seems in your mind, is against the wiki's rules. Thanks for reading all of that. --Hunnie Bunn (Owl me!) 22:42, January 30, 2013 (UTC)
Listin Harry Granger. Call the House-elfs what you want but if they can not leave with out being set free or if there being forced to work then they are slaves. I would know because I am the descendant of American slaves. So I have to disagre with you on that one. And just to be clear thats what you dont do. And I am just a kid so back off. Also I am not happy about you deleting my page about Free elfs. So after this month I will do it again and please just leave it alone! And other people of the site. Are you going to let this person push you around? I sure aint. Thats right. I dont care if I'm banished from the site. I will fight for our freedom! Take that Harry Granger!
Are you incharged?
Can you go away Hunnie Bun?
Can you go away Hunnie Bun? Because this is none of your beeswax
- No, I am not in charge. Also, I can indeed go away, but I will not because, despite what you claim, this is my "beeswax". As a regular contributor here the state of the wiki is my business and it is in my best interest whilst visiting or editing the site to maintain purity and that includes issuing warnings and informing users of the rules and regulations. --Hunnie Bunn (Owl me!) 23:10, January 30, 2013 (UTC)
Well I dont mean to be rude but I was not talking to you.
HunnyBunny - My apologies also for what has happened. Please disregard my minor son's posts. He is passionate about slavery. He meant no disrespect or harm. Once I realized what he was doing, I terminated the discussion. I will do my best to be sure he comments no further. Again, my apologies. Thank you for understanding.
- I understand that he meant neither disrespect or harm, and am glad this could be resolved peacefully. I understand, though, his perspective - despite not knowing anyone who was involved in the American slave trade myself, I hate the thought that such a thing would happen and don't blame him for his comments. If you permit him, once his block is up he will always be welcome here, as will you and everyone you know. Thank you for taking the time to read this and for enforcing his temporary block from here. --Hunnie Bunn (Owl me!) 23:49, January 30, 2013 (UTC)