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Create a blacklist to keep from seeing certain users.

One user in particular is being very aggressive, negative, and simply wrong. Can I block this user from my question?

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marked as duplicate by Shog9, badp, Yi Jiang, waiwai933, Rosinante Mar 12 '11 at 21:30

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You should definitely flag the problem posts for moderator attention with an explanation, since we don't tolerate hostile behavior.

See related discussion and user script:

Ignore Users Script

(browse the "linked" sidebar on that page for the discussion)

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You cannot do this. However, you could write a user script that hides answers and comments from those users.

If someone is aggressive, flag or discuss him/her on meta. And don't forget any nessecary downvotes!

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