This thread isn't very mickey mouse club house anymore
This is a great point as it isn't immediately obvious why we look at a player's outside behavior when considering their appeal.If this server banned people for what they did on other servers, 90% of people would be banned. This warped logic isn't a unique case for Moose because believe it or not, people can compartmentalize how they act from server to server.
At this point in time, we cannot overturn the ban. The TLDR is far too many people have come to us with evidence that you have not changed the way you act on other servers and in discord. This is the only evidence we can base your appeal on since you obviously are unable to play on Loka. Now I don't doubt you MAY be able to change how you act on Loka and abide by the rules, but that's not enough for us to justify unbanning you. We have to see evidence of it outside of Loka or at least a lack of recent evidence on the contrary. So despite us feeling enough time has passed since your ban, we can't unban you until your behaviour changes elsewhere.
It's important that you remember that the entire reason for Moosebobby's past bans are him making jokes about Hilter, Jews, and the Holocaust.to the people making Holocaust references, just stop. It’s immature, immoral, and soulless. When you make these jokes it’s just like flipping off the six million jews that were slaughtered.
You arent so forgiving to me tho. Hateful and spiteful. Reminding my mistakes.While I do not really care whether he is un-banned or not nor have I even read his post. I think that he should be un-banned because of the fact that he will almost CERTAINLY be watched and kept under close eye and if in fact he hasn't matured and needs to be banned again he can simply be just that, banned. I see no repercussions or harm that can come from un-banning him because that decision can so easily be reversed. All I'm saying is that maybe moosey has ascended, and become reformed, and a new changed mine-man. Set free from his prior indulgences of atrocious behavior and inexcusable acts of memes that portrayed serious and severe trauma in this world in a light that may be deemed unforgivable to some. People change and one of the biggest threats to mooses are snails. Loka is not a snail. Let him free.