When you’re a new user your replies and posts go through a period of time where they may get caught in the filter. Certain words will trip the filter and cause your posts/replies to go into moderation and need a mod to inspect it and determine if it can be viewed by the users. The user who typed the word “Jackass” happens to be a longterm user and their replies no longer go through moderation. Once you are a long term user your replies and posts will not get caught by the filter as much, if at all, and you won’t have to deal with this anymore. Does that make sense?
Hey responding to you’re report on DaftPuck, I’ve looked it over and think that you telling someone to “jump off a bridge” warrants a warning, I fail to see where a moderator giving you a warning for something terrible you said is being rude or abusing their power.
Well, to be honest, I don’t really see where she did anything wrong. She simply made a joke, accidentally misspelled your name, and you took it the wrong way. Jokes are allowed and spelling errors are allowed but being rude and telling people to jump off a bridge isn’t.