You can not block other users. This is not a forum, and we are not socially networking. This is a Q & A site, and we are curating each others work. I would employ you to simply raise this issue with a mod.
Since this is obviously about me, lets have a look at the two (2) times I have posted on your raised questions.
In the question "Multiple Questions with one question" you make a very valid point. In what context do we allow multiple questions, with consideration of whether too many questions would be considered too broad. All goes well, until the end, where you add this extra piece of information.
Also you DO NOT require gaming experience to specify an answer for this question, like you DO NOT need gaming experience to identify a font, or identify a piece of music.
Quote from another post and well known user on the site:
"Is figuring out which font a game uses something that's in a gamer's skillset?"
Now many agreed with this, if we replace "font" with something similar referring to the above discussion, it it within the gamers skillset to do this?
Is font identification really a gaming skill?
User : Frank
Since your initial post, there has been question as to what font identification has to do with multiple questions;
I have no idea what the font thing has to do with this, other than "is this a gamer thing that we should know" - I think we have a better chance knowing about how gaming related systems work than fonts which are more a designer thing. – Ashley Nunn♦ Oct 19 at 22:23
As somewhat of a sidenote: you're losing focus with your question. You have at least two different arguments going on, but haven't really connected the two. That said, Steam is categorically on-topic. So if you're looking at making the argument that Steam related tech like VAC bans is off-topic, you're going to run into some major resistance. See here. – Frank Oct 20 at 1:25
and as such, I felt that removal of what appeared to be an end-of-discussion rant was pertinent to the quality of your general question. I am also entirely within my right to delete my own answer, especially when you tell me I have missed the point. If my answer does not answer your question, why would I leave it there to confuse other users? 10k+ users can still see it. In fact, they can even vote to override my deletion choice, if they decide it is useful.
In the question "How often does foilage and gem boxes spawn", you ask about foilage and gem boxes. The gem boxes part has already been answered, here, so I voted to close as duplicate. While I get that your intentions was to focus on foliage, it still seemed like a pretty even double question. In fact, in writing this response, another user has voted to close as duplicate, and another user has since removed all references to the gem boxes.
Most comments have been defending these two very actions. So if they are "true", I'm finding it hard to see how they are "pointless".
I do sincerely apologise if you think these actions are deliberately to target you, for any reason. These have all been efforts to improve your questions, efforts that others appear to agree with. You have to remember that we have our policies, and while everyone has their own individual views on how things should be, we are not here for ourselves. We are here for the community.