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I, the representative of Emperor Palpatine on this backwater planet, have been blocked from their "internet." Well if this is how you want to treat me, then we will see about this when Emperor Palpatine comes!
The so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article defaming our great Emperor!
Palpatine's Servant126.96.36.199 16:50, 30 September 2015 (UTC)
- Well until then it appears the force is with us. --Traveler100 (talk) 17:11, 30 September 2015 (UTC)
Look 188.8.131.52, I'm getting really tired of you coming over to my Wikinews user page and posting simple-minded Starwars themed posts on my page. In fact, every single goddamned time I revert it, you post threats under "Emperor Palpatine" of how you are going to (and I'm quoting you too, in case you can't figure that out, 184.108.40.206), "The magnanimous and exceptional Emperor Palpatine will come and fry your ass!" and "Screw me over and I'll come to your house in [CENSORED, yeah he knows the town where I live, scary , huh?] and Force-chock you!." Whoa ho ho! I didn't see that coming! In fact, I had to create a user page for this wiki just to have the liberty of ratting out the little rat bastard that you are to the whole of the wiki world in order to just be left alone. Indeed, if you make one more threat to me under the guise of a fictional character in a fictional universe, then I'll either go to the Wiki Foundation, or if it gets any worse , then I will just go straight to my IP provider and figure out just who exactly who are. Jesus Christ man, get a life, if it weren't for people like me or any of the moderators on here, the wiki projects would be NOTHING.
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