Someone got upset and is following me around arguing in other questions' comments sections, and posting "answers" that are not actually answering the question that's asked. They won't move conversations to chat, and are leaving long comment chains if I respond. I tried not responding for a little over an hour, but they kept adding "answers" to my questions and questions I answered, and is singling me out when they do so. Is their behavior something I can do anything about? How would a moderator decide if they needed to take some sort of action?
I would be open to the idea that this was just a small world issue, but they're taking an aggressive tone, are specifically responding to me when leaving answers and comments, and are singling me out when they do so.
Here are some questions they responded to:
How are employer pay statues enforced against offending employers? On the question at the top they start a long comment chain where they ignore what is being asked and try to argue about another matter (relating to employers requiring direct deposit, which is covered by other statutes). Their answer ignores what is actually being asked (which is about government agencies prosecuting), just says to sue in state court, and then complains about being downvoted.
An employer is breaking multiple laws, but is doing so from another state. What venue do I sue in? Their answer ignores the question and engages in a long argumentative comment chain without actually answering my question.
I tried disengaging (as suggested in one of the answers below) but they were still responding to new questions over an hour later. I've updated this question and added links to examples as there were several who asked for that.
Is this sufficient to get the mods involved? Is there some way I can put them on ignore so they won't see my questions or won't keep following me around? How does this sort of situation work?