Impishly adding fuel to the fire, yesterday we asked about the drama surrounding the removal of Violet Blue's writing on Boing Boing. And today BB responded, saying a) the sex scribe's work can be found "indexed on the Wayback Machine," b) they weren't trying to silence her, that "there's a big difference between that and censorship" (which? is correct), and c) "Violet behaved in a way that made us reconsider whether we wanted to lend her any credibility or associate with her." Which then leads to the inevitable, junior high school-ish question: Like, what happened?