|This account is not a sock of Jensonk for the following reasons:
1. SpongeBot678 asked for an IP check between Tuffducky and Jensonk and staff confirmed that they do not share the same IP but staff did notice a similar range. Given that it could belong to one of his friends or relatives.
2. It has been on FANDOM for over a year. Although they didn't start to edit on ESB until December 2017, the account wasn't created on ESB, so that means it is not a sock account intended for malicious purposes.
3. The policy does state that sockpuppetry is prohibited, but it says that alternate accounts are allowed to be used if the user's original account is not in use, and that is Jensonk's case for this account.
Anyways, aside from that, I think that Jensonk himself was blocked unfairly because:
1. 456 blocked him indefinitely because of a passive-agressive response to a warning, when realistically a second warning should have been given in accordance with the policy.
2. While some people may think he was given more than enough chances, the blocking admin doesn't seem to think so, as he only blocked Jensonk for 3 months despite an extremely offensive comment he made that lead to him being globalled.
3. The "borrowing" comment was just a reference to an episode. Yes, it may not have been a great time to make an episode reference, but this blog was posted on a SpongeBob wiki for crying out loud, so something like that should have been expected. Also, if you don't want people making such references like that, then you shouldn't share stories about very serious real life issues that almost got you in legal trouble on a SPONGEBOB Wiki. I don't think that's allowed anyway, as very serious/polticial/legal trouble stuff, according to ESB:Policy, should not be brought up here, so I think those kinds of blogs/stories shouldn't be addressed hers as they are too mature for a family-friendly wiki; take them to another social media. website or your Blogspot where your ESB followers will see. Also, people can easily blame the SpongeBob staff for putting bad morals in episodes for the show's target audience (children and adolescents) to emulate (e.g. the borrowing thing in Life of Crime) instead of having to take responsibility themselves for the "I saw this in a cartoon" excuse.
4. Referring to the above reason, some people here, such as Koolkitty108 and Depth Strider 10, don't seem to mind Jensonk's behavior, as they can still be seen supporting him due to his edit quality and socializing with him on other websites. Also, Kitty did not seem to mind the "borrowing" joke made on her best friend's blog.
5. Yes, he does make rude comments on YouTube and Twitter, but behavior on other websites doesn't matter here.
6. He has the second most edits here behind 120d.