In relation to this question, I replied to Obie in Mos Eisley with a gif of the scene in question. Someone took issue with it, and I was automatically suspended for 30 minutes. The image is in the answer I posted as well, and no one has complained about it there.
When I asked a mod to review the automatic suspension, which I felt was unwarranted - because sci-fi movies are quite clearly on topic (and relevant, and - I would have assumed - acceptable) in chat - my suspension was actually extended to 6 hours.
Keen - @WadCheber Sit out your suspension in silence next time.
I'm not normally one to challenge mod decisions - even when they involve suspending me - and I didn't do that here. I merely questioned an automatic suspension that I felt was uncalled for. I will admit, however, that 6 hours for basically saying "This automatic suspension seems unwarranted, can you look into it and maybe undo it?" seems a bit much.
Are we to assume that images from science fiction films that directly answer a question on the main site are now unacceptable in chat?
Note 1 - The content didn't violate the site's age restrictions, as the movie is PG-13. Thus, its content is deemed acceptable for viewers who are 13 years old (at least in the US), which is all that the site guidelines require.
Note 2 - Keen is awesome. I like Keen. A lot. I like Thaddeus, and Kevin, and AncientSwordRage. I'm not bashing mods, or a particular mod - I'm just reacting to something I think shouldn't have happened, and it isn't personal at all.