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It's okay to report someone whose name is a drug reference and his profile picture is marijuana, right?

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I suppose so.
is this a good enough reason?
okay, well there's one vote.

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Eh, I did it anyway. Can't stand people like that.
No, it's not. It's a drug name, man! Its just a name! What does it matter, if it's just the name of a drug? Like if my username (i thought about that before. :P) would be "my_lcd_is_on_lsd", would i be banned?
nevermind. you reported him. :P
no like, his name is 420Geek and his picture is marijuana. =_=
It is absolutely OK. The mods can't be everywhere at once, and we really appreciate bringing users like this to our attention. It's actually best to report abuse rather than post here in the OS feedback group. That way it stays private and out of the public domain.
I was just wondering if I would be justified :P

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