I just wanted to make sure you understand that while you can ignore or remove content from your user talk page as you see fit, you still have to heed warnings about violating site policies regardless of who gives them to you. If you choose to ignore such warnings and continue to violate policy, you do so at the risk of being blocked.
Thanks for your cooperation. -- Commdor (Talk) 23:33, December 27, 2012 (UTC)
I have read the terms of deleting stuff, the only stuff I intend to delete is anything that disagrees with my taboo that I have put up on my profile. Under no circumstances am I going to go over to another users page and tell them to stop what they are doing, but I will take action in the form of deleting the comment from my page alone, nor am I going to delete their content on THEIR page about said user. I want to be able to edit, and as such, I want "Him" out of my mind and my page. JouninOfDespair 03:30, December 29, 2012 (UTC)
You are missing the point. Commdor said that if somebody tells you that you're breaking site policy, you aren't entitled to ignore them simply because you refuse to speak to them. This has nothing to do with deleting talk page comments, which can occur at your own discretion. Lksdjf (talk) 09:17, December 29, 2012 (UTC)
Then I'll just have to triple check and quadruple check my edits so that said user doesnt come telling me about "Breaking site policies". Besides, why not get somebody else to tell me, thats not too difficult is it? I am going to do everything within my power to avoid another conflict with that guy, whether its by following the policies, or deleting (with justification) comments about the user, or by the user about things not based around policies. JouninOfDespair 14:46, December 29, 2012 (UTC)