Hi there. I just saw a message where you informed somebody else that the Real Life Villains Wiki was shut down, which I wasn't aware of until now. Now I think I can guess why, but I'd like to ask you in case you know the real reason; was it simply because it was far too controversial and possibly a frequent source of tension for people with conflicting opinions seeing as how it's a sensitive subject? Or was there anything more specific that happened recently that forced them to do this? If you don't know, that's fine, but I have to try asking just in case you know.
From what I know it was both the fact that the wiki had images of gore and pages on snuff films, and the fact it refused to get rid of pages on living regimes and people I guess eventually staff had enough.
That makes sense. Honestly, I was always uncomfortable with the idea of it myself, especially since they used categories to classify these people, similarly to how we categorize fictional villains, and somehow, categorizing real people like that just seems... unhealthy.
I don’t really understand your question, mainly because the answer is WAAAY too obvious, to the point where you HAVE to mean something else. But if you’re asking what I think you’re asking, then the reason is that YOU shouldn’t be asking others to do your work for you. You literally have access to a social device (otherwise, how can you be typing and sending these messages?), so why are you harassing others to do work for you? Other users aren’t your slaves.
EDIT: Even if you can’t edit on VW due to being banned, it was entirely your choice to insult a bureaucrat on Community Central, so...