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I know there are a lot of questions about very long suspension periods, but I came across a case that is quite perplexing. This user had many offenses to earn his long ban, despite being a very prolific and high-rep user with many valuable posts, but the suspension period assigned strains the definition of "suspension."
This account is temporarily suspended network-wide. The suspension period ends on Mar 18 '92 at 16:28.
I can see why you might want to suspend an account for several years, maybe even a decade, if you don't believe behavior will change. However, what is the point of "suspending" an account for 75 years? Is there a reason why you can't just make it a permanent ban instead of pretending it is a suspension?
On a tangential note, isn't the "temporary" in "temporary suspension" redundant?
Suspend: temporarily prevent from continuing or being in force or effect.
Edit: @animuson pointed out that the suspension apparently ends in 2292, not 2092, so it is actually about 275 years long.