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Discussion in 'Community Watch' started by Valiant, Mar 7, 2015.
What you're too much of a pussy to be stabbed in your sleep?
Looks like they couldn't handle the criticism people were giving them, they've gone private already.
>Innocent subreddits moderators
>Said subreddit calls for shutting down subreddits.
"we good boys we didn't do nothing"
How can anyone like reddit, the site is pure cancer. As soon as OP posts anything half-interesting, the users swarm to comment "yes you, but ME"
A lot of people fled to reddit thanks to the demise of legacy message boards for topics. Free forum hosting sites have fallen out of fashion in favor of setting up a subreddit or discord server for themselves.
That's fine, it's just that half the time you get a wall of self-masturbatory text from a tard who didn't even bother to segue from OP to his reply, followed by autistics screeching meta references of something that was hot days ago. OP talking about his grandfather's dying words and the commenters upvoting JENNY IS A WHORE to the top.
"It's just a prank, bro."
24 hour ops in full effect on /r/thebanout2018
Go to that subreddit and:
Yeah it seems like a cool place for discussing niche hobbies and stuff, but the big communities are awful. That goes for anywhere on the internet really.
I for one am interested to see what happens after this wave of bans. No one gave a shit when incels or coontown got shoah'd cause those were small communities that no one on the outside had any sympathy for, but this sort of broad-spectrum action is bound to shake things up in entertaining ways.
Every time I look at reddit, I'm amazed just how bad it is. The only subreddits I have ever actually used have been those small ones, often for the kind of really small private club type shit that would have been an irc channel or a mailing list back in 2000. I.e. no normies.
Hopefully it teaches the average internet user that centralizing all internet traffic into a handful of sites was a dumb idea.
The average Internet user has the brain of a flatworm redditor.
People come to Reddit to read headlines. Do I wanna go through 3 fan sites for a game? Nah, I write the game name after r/ and check the top 5 posts for any buzzwords like "update".
Same applies to news and whatever. Actually commenting though is for exceptional people, but that applies to most websites including this.
That's the problem with the voting system. Anyone and everyone can click a button and push the same garbage Reddit jokes to the top, while making your opinion invisible.
New Reddit users are eventually conditioned into thinking and acting a certain way. They become willing to sacrifice their own opinions and candor for useless points. Before long, they have the flavor of the soup they're sitting in, and they're just another parrot.
Of course, you don't see this as much in smaller communities, which is why the majority of sane users agree that "it's not that bad if you stick to specific subreddits".
The larger subreddits are also all controlled by a clique that decides on a whim what is acceptable as a collective which conditions the overall community even more.
What's the skinny on when they are going public again?
The banout sub was pretty funny TBH, them automodding all comments except "I support the Banout2018" and deleeting all the posts except for an r/cumtown power user calling for the banning of the chapo subreddit
Pretty good week all round on plebbit tbh.
I have no idea when they are gonna go public. But you can always try your luck to PM the mods to let you into the closed borders
Redditors are just going to move to other sites that try to copy Reddit (Voat and a few others) and there are already some FOSS reddit clone scripts floating around. They love the format of the site and can't let go of it.
I'm mourning the loss of r/milliondlollarextreme. It was one of them very few actually funny subreddits that was entirely oc.
They made fun of trannies and the ZOG too much for Reddit's soy powered admins to ignore them though.