fair enough, i guess. why is it that the same things don't apply to me, though? crackfox and i both pretty much said the same stuff.I'm not saying that there was a valid reason to lynch GliscorMan either, hence why I didn't vote him. What I'm trying to point out is that CrackFox comes across as defending GliscorMan, because she ignored that Midori did give something in explanation (which isn't to say that she or I or anyone had to agree with it). Harpy putting "because I want to" as the first reason was questionable, but she did give some more in her following three points.It's not good enough. You can't point that out and expect it to be something valid. We all know there wasn't a valid reason to lynch GliscorMan. While I'm happy he turned out mafia, I really don't want this to encourage reckless lynches in the future. You honestly can't pretend that Midorikawa had a point in voting GliscorMan. I'm not really sure why you brought it up, actually. They're not even your reasons to defend.
Besides that, CrackFox didn't say that a 'silly reason' would have been permissible for the lynch -- she wanted to know why Midorikawa wanted to vote GM; Mido's first reason was 'because I want to', and CrackFox was looking to know WHY she wanted to, even if it was a silly reason. You're trying to be pedantic to use CrackFox's words against her. Selectively quoting is not particularly a good sign from you.
1. Why did you even point out Midorikawa's 'reasoning' (if that's what you want to call it)? It's past the fact now.
2. Why bother to go against CrackFox like that? It's clear what she meant when she was talking about 'silly reasons', at least to me. Was it because she wasn't on board with those ridiculous reasons you feel the need to defend?
I also don't think it's selectively quoting when I didn't even cut the quote short or anything.
1) I only pointed out her reasoning because it pertained to what CrackFox said. I never said that I agreed with Harpy's reasons, I just quoted them to show that there was something given that had already fit what CrackFox said. Pressure sometimes doesn't work because as you pointed out, often there is nothing to defend against on Day 1, but it can be useful to make sure that someone speaks up, so I don't think the reasons were completely ridiculous, just not advisable in all situations.
2) CrackFox frankly strikes me as someone to keep an eye on. Part gut feeling, and part just that her posts have rubbed me the wrong way. I don't think it's too unlikely that she wanted to subtly defend GliscorMan. However, I acknowledge that there isn't much behind this, but it's a hunch I intend to keep in the back of my mind at least.