Excuse me, the rude comments I have witnesssed from you has to come to an end. Completely rude to barge into a thread and call out users for not responding. Rudeness isn't going to be tolerated, so don't push your limits please.
I can assure you, that having a civil conversation will get you some kudos than a passive-aggressive one, that will get you some bruised replies. Whether JeremyCreek or I reply to messages is at our own will. I am busy, and I don't reply to messages that are completely irrelevant or unnecessary. While I found it disrespectful that JeremyCreek ignored my message (or even possibly overlooked it, which is another story), I don't need unnecessary rude details such as your message as it doesn't contribute to the thread productively.
Chickenkrispies suggested to keep this on another wiki so below is an important time-sensitive message (as I explain in the message, I don’t want to reply on Twitter):
Hey Jensonk, I was on Twitter and was wondering if you could please delete a really insensitive/rude tweet about Stephen Hillenburg’s death you made a few minutes ago. https://www.twitter.com/jensonk6112/status/1096676896648048640 I didn’t want to reply on Twitter because I don’t want Vincent Waller to see it in his notifications. Saying “unless Stephen Hillenburg became dead which now he is“ and urging/rudely asking Vincent to go against Stephen’s personal/sentimental wishes is incredibly rude and disrespectful to both people. And I hope Vincent does not have to read a tweet disrespecting his dead friend.
Why is it you now insist on uploading poor-quality versions of SpongeBob title cards over versions that we already have in better quality? If you don't stop doing this, I may have to block you. Can you please tell me why exactly you keep doing this?!
...Why are you now uploading poor-quality versions of SpongeBob title cards over versions that we already have in good quality? There was nothing wrong with the title cards we already had for these particular episodes. Can you please tell me why you're doing this?