Someone answered one of my old questions in a way I found very offensive and not helpful at all, and I flagged it appropriately.
Well , nope you can't switch your crew unless you finish your heist then you can:D
Doesn't seem very offensive, does it now?
That's because the poster edited his answer after a while. The original answer looked more like this:
you can all smd , you fucking bitch ass niggaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas
Of course, by the time the author defused his answer, I had already flagged it.
I didn't find out about the edit until an hour later, when I noticed my offensive flag was declined with the following reason:
declined - a moderator reviewed your flag, but found no evidence to support it
I could not believe my eyes at first, until I had a look at the answer a second time, and then I understood why my flag was declined.
The question is, what happens now?
I now have an additional declined flag in my history, and I'm not quite sure how we're supposed to deal with that answer. For one, it doesn't add anything of value to what's been said before, and even though it's now a valid (albeit bad) answer, it's still offending me even now. Especially now. I feel like that answer is mocking me, as if its author had succeeded in making me look like I'm abusing my priviledges.
Honestly, the situation is pretty disconcerting, and I feel lost right now.