If you had had to deal with this guy through your Bank Holiday weekend, then you’d understand. Editing MB was stopping me from banging my head on the desk. The truth is most of my hours on MB is because no one is paying me to do anything better at the time… it goes both ways.
I could have said to him: “Excuse me sir, please wait while I sort out the name of the 1970s Italian studio Ian Dury recorded Reasons to be Cheerful in” but he would have just assumed I was mad.
I think the trick for many of us is getting used to what seem initially to be really weird guidelines. But after the first hundred thousand edits you learn what they actually mean. That way the Napalm can be used within the boundaries. Being able to use Napalm without No votes shows I must have learnt something.