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Why did User: Spartaz delete my user talk page on Wikipedia? My account was blocked indefinitely by User:Fram and I left a polite message thanking him or her and adding an image of Nikos Kazantzakis' grave with short quotations from John Banville's The Sea and Jon Stallworthy's The Future Guest and I was surprised to find the entire page deleted by Spartaz the following day.
What was the reason for that?
I should appreciate an explanation. You will appreciate that I can't use Wikipedia itself to contact you.
I understand User:Hans Adler thinks I am mentally ill, a view I take it shared by your community since I saw no repudiation by any of them rather than a warning to Hans Adler not to be uncivil in expressing that judgement and risk a block. I've asked him to explain on behalf of your community why treating me like this helps.
- I don't have any view about whether you are mentally ill: the problem is that none of the things you have been doing are advancing the goals of Wikipedia, and you've been wasting substantial amounts of admin time, and showing no prospect of changing your behavior in a useful direction. Looie496 (talk) 16:53, 21 October 2010 (UTC)