In 2013, I made a review of your character page Geti Goku. I was trying to be edgy and sharp-witted. Instead, I came across as rude and somewhat insulting. I apologize for making such a stupid and unnecessary review and for maybe insulting you in the process. It's 2020, so I don't know if anyone cares about it. But it is something I needed to get off my chest.
Edit: I misremembered the name. The character page that I reviewed was not Geti Goku. It was The Divine Asura. My apology is still the same.
If anything, Namekimanie, your review was tame. Geti's pages are pretentious, and he is by far the most arrogant person you will meet on DBF (if he comes around anymore), so you have nothing to apologize for.
@Namekimanie Thank you for your apology. It's all good.
And if anything KidVegeta, even though a person may appear to be arrogant to you, that is no reason to treat him any differently from a normal person.
Life is about living without regrets, and that he is taking steps toward being the person he wants to be - why should he not do this?
Even if he does not need to apologise, there is nothing wrong with him wanting to and doing so. An apology means more to the person apologising than the one being apologised to.
I didn't realise you still have such strong impressions of me even now, nonetheless, I apologise if my younger self was an arrogant ass back then. Hope everything is going well for you in these trying times.
I am glad to see you have had some self-reflection, Geti. However, if you think I am supposed to forget how you acted for years on this wiki, especially your caustic comments about other characters and stories (which were not as overpowered as your characters, and therefore meaningless to you), about levitation, about anyone having a negative opinion on your overpowered characters pages while at the same time begging everyone to review them, you are mistaken. His review was accurate at the time, whether or not he still stands by it, and so I made note of that in the historical record. I will not sit idly by if anyone, whether they are pro-Geti or anti-Geti, tries to rewrite history years later. He was accurate in his assessment of you at the time.
I think less of you now than I did then, because at least in the past you weren't a coward who hid behind semantics and self-righteous linguistic masturbation.
I wouldn't say I have a strong impression of you other than you are the cautionary tale for users on this wiki. Your pages are routinely brought up for examples of how not to write characters. For that alone, you have provided value to this wiki. Your unabashed overpowered characters are examples which can be learned from. Your arrogance about how great you were as a writer and how great your concepts were are primarily the reason why we mock you to this day. Your arrogance was so brazen, it was not like the others. Dismissing this as simply the arrogance of your younger self is disingenuous and you know it. Maybe you should be a politician when you grow up. You have the constitution for it, but perhaps not the charisma.
Also, I am aware of this post. You know as well as I do that your response therein was an outright lie. You responded to Namekimanie's review on his blog page. It's the first comment. You are disingenuous even to this day, and you rely upon people being lazy, or lacking memory about you, to say the shit you say. I would have composed a nicer response to you had you not said that. I find liars and hypocrites to be the worst type of people, and so I will rail against them harder than the rest. You fall into both categories, Geti.
You are not supposed to forget, nor do I expect you to.
I don't remember Namekimanie's review, or that I even commented on it. It has been so long, I honestly forgot about it. Now it does not matter if you believe me or not, because it does not matter to me now.
Take care and all the best in managing this Wiki. You are one of the reasons why the DB community is still alive. I'll take my leave now.
Hey brother, just thought i'd let you know that your breakdown of The Divine Asura was HIGHLY enlightening to me as I felt I related to the character to a T. A mirroring effect if you will. The seal metaphor is what I dig too. Relating to the seal of solomon perhaps.