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Posted by u/VirginiaStepMonster 1 day
I'm not suggesting removing the feature entirely, I think it's a good feature most of the time. Right now, subreddits can control who crossposts **TO** them, but not who crossposts **FROM** them. Adding control for the latter would give subreddits the option to reduce brigading from specific problem communities, and cut down on cross-community interference.
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Posted by u/VirginiaStepMonster 1 day
Crossposting to another subreddit creates a bridge between subreddits and absolutely facilitates brigading. Admins ignored me when I brought up brigading relative to the crosspost feature to suggest a concrete step they could take to reduce it. Hopefully you don't have the same experience.
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Posted by u/[deleted] 1 day
"I wanted to see exotic Vietnam... the crown jewel of Southeast Asia. I wanted to meet interesting and stimulating people of an ancient culture... and kill them. I wanted to be the first kid on my block to get a confirmed kill!" - Pvt. Joker, Full Metal Jacket
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Posted by u/Valenderio 2 days
They do it in Yokosuka too.
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Posted by u/Valenderio 2 days
If I wash your windshield at a stop light unsolicited and you drive off without tipping me, are you similarly an asshole in this case?
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Posted by u/YaekoBratcher 4 days
r/MediumRarePuppers
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Posted by u/TheColorOfDeadMen 3 weeks
I agree with you. What I'm saying here, however, is that the admins, the owners of this website, don't see it that way.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 3 weeks
Which one?
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Posted by u/PicardsTommyGun 3 weeks
my nam is n8 and when i see a kitty that needs poetry I write it good for all the eyes the kitty says "here's Nobel Prize"
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Posted by u/TheColorOfDeadMen 3 weeks
lmao I don't disagree, I'm just reminding everyone of the sitewide rules
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Posted by u/TheColorOfDeadMen 3 weeks
So by following this logical progression, if we burn a church, then someone will trim a hedge without permission?
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Posted by u/TheColorOfDeadMen 3 weeks
NO MODS NO MASTERS
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Posted by u/RedditIsAShitehole 3 weeks
I gave this post Silver to counteract your stifling of free speech
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Posted by u/TheColorOfDeadMen 3 weeks
You have to read more than the first half of the first sentence, and then it'll become clear.
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Posted by u/TheColorOfDeadMen 3 weeks
I literally linked to a comment where the actual admins say that they do.
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Posted by u/TheColorOfDeadMen 3 weeks
* a horrific number of dead children * some burned churches (not, you know, hospitals or factories or something useful) and some toppled statues Calling this "eye for an eye" seems really really tone deaf right now.
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Posted by u/TheColorOfDeadMen 3 weeks
My own personal opinion on burning churches or toppling statues aside, **please avoid** advocating those things here. The sitewide admins consider it to fall into the category of advocating violence. Please see this admin comment for further clarification: https://www.reddit.com/r/ModSupport/comments/gvtj7a/how_should_we_moderate_comments_advocating/fsrzqql/
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 3 weeks
Personally I read it more about social disparity and less about economic disparity. The able-bodied white heterosexual cisgender male is on top, with other groups on lower tiers. The two issues intersect and both are certainly problems, but this is just how I interpreted the comic.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 3 weeks
Slap Bezos on there and you wouldn't even be able to see the top.
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Posted by u/deimosusn 3 weeks
Imo they aren't as bad as they used to be, but r/antinatalism has taken their place.
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Posted by u/deimosusn 3 weeks
> They forgot r/rant. They missed a bunch of subs that I'm aware of that have joined the ban-wagon.
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Posted by u/deimosusn 3 weeks
No, r/childfree hates annoying babies
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Posted by u/Marvelguy5 3 weeks
*laughs in pirate code*
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 3 weeks
They are cute at every age, but definitely cuter at that one
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 3 weeks
They say the kitten is still playing to this day
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 3 weeks
I'm planning to keep running it. Everyone above me is completely inactive. https://www.reddit.com/message/messages/12wmdae
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Posted by u/[deleted] 3 weeks
These guys went to bat for Brock Turner and his "15 minute mistake". There's nothing redeemable over there.
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Posted by u/zenDice 1 month
Haha, thanks. I stole it from the book "The Princess and the Pony". Here's some random dude reading it aloud: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ov_cpXi73oQ The author is the same one who makes the "Hark a Vagrant" webcomics: http://www.harkavagrant.com/
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Posted by u/Roflkopt3r 1 month
*yer
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Posted by u/Roflkopt3r 1 month
Funny + controversial mod stickies are my favorite type
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Posted by u/Roflkopt3r 1 month
"And if you piss long enough into the popcorn, the popcorn will piss back" Pretty sure Shakespeare said that, *ladies*
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Posted by u/Roflkopt3r 1 month
I have a bunch of these links saved. Here: https://www.reddit.com/r/N8theGr8/comments/fh06tr/police_racism_and_white_supremacy/ https://www.reddit.com/r/BlackPeopleTwitter/comments/hds85u/were_coming_for_the_whole_40_acres/fvnj7xm/ https://www.reddit.com/r/Bad_Cop_No_Donut/comments/f7hdsi/never_forget_cops_beats_a_homeless_schizophrenic/fic0llk/ https://www.reddit.com/r/trashy/comments/dyoh9p/ignorant_much/f82ub2o/ https://www.reddit.com/r/socialism/comments/c0x2s6/filthy_cops_with_a_massive_urge_to_commit_murder/er8vxz0/ https://www.reddit.com/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/doq2ai/whats_up_with_memes_mentioning_13/f5qkyv0/ https://www.reddit.com/r/PublicFreakout/comments/gzvmsr/everybodys_trying_to_shame_us/ Added drama bonus, P&S getting salty about it: https://www.reddit.com/r/ProtectAndServe/comments/cforgj/what_an_absolute_joke_rnottheonion_creating/
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Posted by u/Roflkopt3r 1 month
https://i.imgur.com/jb268vM.gifv
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Posted by u/zenDice 1 month
Here's my half marathon time, take from it what you will (and pay close attention to the distance) https://www.reddit.com/r/BarefootRunning/comments/jz19e5/2nd_half_marathon_ive_ever_run_wore_minimalist Your turn
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Posted by u/zenDice 1 month
It'll decide my dog's fate 3 days later then, when the cops finally show up
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Posted by u/zenDice 1 month
Good cops either quit or get fired for standing up to bad cops.
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Posted by u/zenDice 1 month
> Welp, take my unsub then. https://i.imgur.com/aQHagII.gifv
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Posted by u/zenDice 1 month
#**ACAB** and here's why *as a starting point*: * https://www.reddit.com/r/BlackPeopleTwitter/comments/hds85u/were_coming_for_the_whole_40_acres/fvnj7xm/ * https://www.reddit.com/r/Bad_Cop_No_Donut/comments/f7hdsi/never_forget_cops_beats_a_homeless_schizophrenic/fic0llk/ * https://www.reddit.com/r/trashy/comments/dyoh9p/ignorant_much/f82ub2o/ * https://www.reddit.com/r/socialism/comments/c0x2s6/filthy_cops_with_a_massive_urge_to_commit_murder/er8vxz0/
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Posted by u/zenDice 1 month
To whichever salty numpty is reporting all the anti-cop comments in this thread: **ACAB** Train your boys better and hire people with actual integrity and we won't have to keep having these surprised pikachu moments of "why does everyone think we're pigs?" nonstop. And stop reporting the comments, they don't break the rules and we're just gonna re-approve them. And it only takes us like 2 clicks to approve everything anyway, so keep wasting your own time I guess. --- **edit**: See this comment as to **why** ACAB: https://www.reddit.com/r/nottheonion/comments/o85xl2/police_killed_a_good_samaritan_who_fatally_shot_a/h33zl7x/
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
Oh it was a cautionary tale about avoiding large dogs
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Posted by u/MoeYYC 1 month
> Followed by more people walking by saying the vandalism was shameful. Reminds me of Bill Burr's response: https://i.redd.it/x52xf7arpnk11.jpg
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Posted by u/MoeYYC 1 month
It was from automod because of the "covered in paint" part of the title.
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Posted by u/dangerman1973 1 month
Taking a class on nuclear theory and they got into different types of radiometric dating and how it applies to nuclear applications now. The same principles go into mathematically determining control rod high at criticality that we use for dating the age of the earth. Seeing the actual application was kind of a lightbulb moment that all the creationism I'd been taught was faulty, and started a domino effect into full deconversion.
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Posted by u/ntebis 1 month
Tell your users to delete the first one, then reddit will let them post.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
The fact that no one has even said "hey that's a good idea, we'll pass that on to the devs" is kinda...something.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
> I experienced a brigade once that lasted 3 solid days, all around the clock 24/7, from 4+ subs. That doesn't sound fun at all. I just got done banning 150 people from the event that prompted this post, which is the largest thread-to-thread brigade that I've seen.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
There has to be some justification for why it feels like they've so poorly addressed this issue, but I don't see it.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
> Is there any reason reddit consistently gives platforms to people who spew hate? A combination of money, the difficultly of defining a line where you actually act on the community, and the difficulty of defining hate, is my guess. I have no idea what their process is, but I have to assume that the only way to bring it to their attention is just reporting stuff to them until they get annoyed enough with the mods there to do something about it.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
I don't believe that brigading will ever fully be stopped on a website like this, but adjusting how the crosspost feature works will help *reduce* them, which is what I'm going for here. Currently, you can't stop anyone from crossposting **from** your subreddit, **to** another. They then have a direct bridge back to your subreddit. That's what I'm trying to get at with this post, we need an improvement to make it more manageable.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
Sounds like you don't have much in the way of options aside from using a saferbot. They're not too difficult to write and host your own, so you wouldn't even have to rely on someone else's if you have someone available who can code.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
It's more that they target specific threads than they overwhelm the community with off-topic submissions. You're right that a sub like r/aww is very difficult to overwhelm, and we've been brigaded by 4chan, discord, and all the other sites, but they tend to be more manageable than direct thread-to-thread interference.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
What you're describing is already allowed. I'm asking for another tool so that we don't have to fall back on something like those bots.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
> I think you underestimate the amount of large subreddits who would immediately block crossposting on all but a select number of subreddits I mod a significant number of large subreddits, and I don't believe this would be the case. What I'm proposing would be a blacklist, so you add a subreddit to the list, and it's blocked, as opposed to a whitelist where you add a subreddit to a list of approved subreddits that are allowed through. I'm sure not going to be interested in spending my day adding hundreds of subreddits to a blacklist even on just one subreddit. > A far, far better solution would be to automatically prepend np. to the crossposted URL. This is unfortunately a CSS workaround that isn't officially supported by the admins, hasn't been implemented on most subreddits, and doesn't work on mobile apps anyway.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
I don't think mods will ever get the capability to view a user's subreddit karma outside of that specific subreddit. I'm also not entirely sure what benefit there would be from filtering users with 0 subreddit karma (which I assume is what most mods will do to some degree or another), since they'll never be able to accrue any. Unless you use comment karma as a metric to filter posting or something. However, I also admit that my lack of imagination doesn't mean that there are no good uses for the feature.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
Yes, and this is what I've been doing. I even have a few scripts that I wrote to identify users who brigaded specifically. But it's time consuming, even more so for someone who doesn't have the ability to batch script mod actions or checks. And I don't think allowing subreddits to block subs from crossposting their content is outside of a reasonable request, especially since it's not targeting any one specific subreddit, and every subreddit would have the ability to tailor this to meet their own specific needs.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
> While blocking crossposts would make it slightly more difficult to initiate brigades, it wouldn't stop it, and I think it'd barely slow it. I know, but in my experience, the crosspost feature actively facilitates brigading, and our worst brigades lately have come through this feature.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
I'm not asking them to disable the crosspost feature, I just want the ability to block specific subreddits with a history of cross-community interference from being able to use the crosspost feature as a bridge to facilitate their interference. > You might be able to check each post for crossposting, and on those posts limit comments to contributors only Honestly this isn't a bad idea, and I might look into writing a bot that does exactly this. The main problem with this idea, however, is that most subreddits don't really use the Approved Users system. The only public subreddits I'm aware of that do this are r/blackpeopletwitter and r/conservative.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
No, this case I'm discussing is specifically when a post from one subreddit is crossposted to another. The benefit is that you may get an increase in traffic. Let's say I crosspost from r/kitten or r/bunnygifs to r/aww or r/eyebleach. Both "destination" subs dwarf the "source" subs and can provide a very good way to grow those subs. However, it works in the other direction too. A larger sub that dwarfs a smaller sub could completely overrun it, and a subreddit with a very specific theme could create a large imbalance in the way a thread flows and can easily create extra work for the mods. I have noticed several specific subreddits that routinely brigade r/aww, and one of them I even happen to agree with at a certain level, but they still create a massive amount of interference whenever they link to r/aww. To be clear: I'm only specifically asking for the crosspost feature to be tweaked such that we can control where **our** subreddit gets crossposted **to**. This wouldn't prevent, for example, a link within a self-post. And if a right wing sub wants to block a left wing sub from crossposting them, then I feel that this should also be within their control.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
yup, brigades are just made up bullshit that don't real https://www.reddit.com/r/ModSupport/search?q=brigade&restrict_sr=on&include_over_18=on
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Posted by u/quietfairy 1 month
> The type of content you put in your wiki and how you chose it Useful both for mods and for users. For mods: put all of your rules, with some common edge cases and how to view them. Do you give the benefit of the doubt, or do you remove first and ask questions later? A breakdown of certain common tools and how to use them: e.g. when to mute, when not to mute, when not to archive, how long bans should be, if there are any browser plugins to get, etc. For users, it's helpful to have a breakdown of your rules. Examples of posts that break rules, and examples of posts that might at a glance look like they break rules, but actually don't. In general, I mostly use them to keep training documents for mods. How to spot spammers, how to use the 3rd party bots, and stuff like that which could vary by mod team.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
> But, addressing these communities first would be better. Better from our perspective, and I personally agree that the goal of simply removing specific communities that cause these problems would be preferred, **but** given the history of how the admins operate in this regard, I feel that there is some significant red tape that makes this option less likely. What I'm really asking for here is for the admins to give every subreddit another tool to help protect themselves, give them the ability to take ownership of their own issues, and tailor that tool to their own specific needs. Pragmatically, if I were given this tool, I'd block different subreddits from, say r/aww, than I would block from a different subreddit. This is just a recognition that every community is a little different and has different needs and issues they face. I think that the admins are trying to approach this issue with more nuance and finesse, and I think ultimately that simply asking for specific subreddits to get banned will fall on deaf ears. So my goal here is to say "I don't want to use saferbot, but we've tried everything else for years and we're left with no other options if we don't get some better tools". And instead of saying "please give us better tools" with no actual suggestions, I'm suggesting a specific one that I strongly feel will take a step toward accomplishing the goal.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
Caitlin Jenner, she's a trans woman but politically active on the right for some reason, and also a celebrity for having competed in the Olympics pre-transition and marrying into the Kardashian family.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
I don't think anyone wants it, but I'm feeling backed into a corner, and there don't appear to be many remaining options. We can't focus on anything positive in our communities if we're constantly putting out fires.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
That would be helpful, and I think that's partly what the "crowd control" feature does. The existing problem right now is that crossposting *facilitates* brigading in some communities. All I'm asking for here is to block crossposting to certain communities that each subreddit can choose for themselves.
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Posted by u/Tyhowell 1 month
Speaking as a veteran - that stance *really* varies by which veterans group you're looking at, unfortunately.
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Posted by u/worstnerd 1 month
> Moving forward, posts removed by our spam filter will be automatically moved to the spam listing, rather than your main mod queue. There is currently an option in the settings that prevents spam from showing up in modqueue. How is this action different than subreddits just using that setting?
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Posted by u/jleeky 1 month
sanity-free, philosophy, tlhlngan batlHa'!
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Posted by u/jleeky 1 month
ok now in R'lyehian
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Posted by u/medalibi 1 month
why not get some padding and put it on the seat part?
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Posted by u/solutioneering 1 month
Will it be necessary for subreddit moderators to tailor or update their settings in some way to be able to participate in this program?
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Posted by u/Python_Child 1 month
Just send a modmail to r/modsupport requesting the final order. Only the top mod can request it, iirc
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Posted by u/courtnerymyersart 1 month
Referring to neckbeards as a "parade" seems antithetical
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Posted by u/RedditTrophies 1 month
I tried, but I got outbid by some guy who won the $10 scratch-off last week
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Posted by u/RedditTrophies 1 month
ffs
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Posted by u/rockcellist 1 month
> If Reddit, as a company, is going to provide a platform from which to make a profit, then they also need to take responsibility for dealing with the garbage that goes with that business. Aside from the fact that programmatically sorting spammers from regular users is hard as shit to do without causing a lot of false positives, (build your own filters in automod and see how it works out) if you're going to talk about them being a business and making a profit, then you should also highlight the fact that if spam doesn't hurt their bottom line, then, from a business perspective, they really don't have any motivation to deal with it.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
I believe that's the kitten's Sherpa guide
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Posted by u/hate_this_shit_ 1 month
Military "morale boosts" are absolute horseshit, they don't know what they're doing. My advice is to do the job to the best of your abilities, understand that your senior enlisted/officers are way more bark than bite, and just try not to get noticed for doing something dumb. **Apply for college assistance and finish your degree.** (<-- re-read that line as many times an necessary, the US military will pay for your college). There's also the option of OCS once you have a degree, so you can become the guy in charge instead of being at the bottom of the hill down which shit rolls. Take on a couple extra duties, and qualify for all the stuff that you can - become as valuable to your unit as possible by learning how to use everything. And then get the fuck out after you've squeezed them for college, technical, and life experience.
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Posted by u/FLInqux 1 month
> obscure and minor rules? Sorry, but this is one of our more serious rules. Not only is it "Today **I** fucked up", and not "today I got fucked over", but blaming rape victims, CP victims, and victims other crimes can be actively detrimental to not only their mental health, but anyone who has been in a similar circumstance. Sorry that you've not heard of this particular rule, but we take this one pretty seriously here.
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Posted by u/JonasJ2006 1 month
Oh shit, our achilles heel Fuuuuuuuuck. Now what? Behold, the twilight of r/ihatebvg :(
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
Yeah, but the best part is that we're not paid, and getting fired is very rare, so I get to be a dick to the customers sometimes without much in the way of consequence. I usually reserve it for people who are too stupid to really be using the internet, but sometimes I just happen to be in a bad mood or very drunk. Think of it like you're working the returns counter and someone tries to return something that their friend bought at a different store and they're lacking both the receipt and the item. I get to yell at those guys instead of having to eat shit because my manager is right behind me.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
No one who wants it should have it. The smart ones quit after some amount of time. I'm still here though, so that probably means the "genius-but-procrastinating-slacker" idea I have of myself is only partially right.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
I know you were asking this of the admins, but here's what it looks like from the mods' side of things: https://i.imgur.com/oQq79Ei.png There was a better one on there earlier that said something like "FIGHT THE POWER WE ARE REDDIT NOT THEM" or something, which I thought was a little funny, but it only lets us see so many reports at once.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
cogitant ergo sunt
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
Just out of curiosity, are you aware that this image is constantly posted to this subreddit and has not been the subject of admin intervention in the past?
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Posted by u/nnomadic 1 month
The other day I came across a post that was joking about literally having sex with minors. I reported it to the admins and got back "that doesn't violate our polices". I modmailed the mod support subreddit saying basically "uh...are you sure?" and they said "uh...we'll look into it." That was a few days ago, and I haven't heard back and the post is still visible. ¯\\\_(ツ)_/¯ The admins work in mysterious ways.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
It has been, yeah. It had said "removed due to violation of content policy" where the admins usually leave their removal reasons.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
That's a plausible hypothesis, but usually we see "removed due to copyright violation" for those.
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Posted by u/nnomadic 1 month
First thing I thought of: https://i.redd.it/if69zxdbxir51.jpg
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
My mistake then. I think I just assumed, given the initial topic.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
Receiving the death penalty isn't an expedited process. It's drawn-out intentionally due to the finality of the issue. Taxpayers are still paying for that guy to sit on death row for years through appeals on appeals, which also require money for lawyers and courtroom costs.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
> And my main account feel like it is completely shadow banned now too. It is. You need to contact the admins here to get it resolved: http://www.reddit.com/appeal
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Posted by u/nnomadic 1 month
I'm a mod on r/pics, and right now my personal opinion is that an overzealous admin removed it because it had the officer's name in the title. We see a lot of removals from admins that don't really make any sense unless it's someone speeding through a ton of reports and just removing anything that looks like it could potentially tangentially violate the sitewide rules, and basically just trying to spend as little time on each item as possible. Basically I use Hanlon's razor here. So I'm thinking the guys that the admins have working on sitewide reports are basically the Amazon truck drivers of Reddit - knock out as many items as fast as possible, with maybe a one-minute bathroom break somewhere during the day. Also lunch if your metrics are high enough.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
> I recall the content itself also had the photographer's name watermarked on it. You are correct, it did, so that's also possible. But we still haven't heard anything back from the admins, so it's all still just speculation at this point anyway.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
It's currently restored to the fullest extent of our ability. We're limited here, too.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
> it has to be the act of violence. I disagree, and here's why - Reddit tries to make an important distinction between *advocating* violence and *highlighting* violence. The former isn't allowed, but the latter is almost vitally important. We need to learn from the past, dissect the issue that led up to the violence, and understand it so we can try to avoid getting ourselves into the same situations over and over again. "Those who do not learn from the past are doomed to etc etc" basically. [Here's the sitewide policy on violence](https://www.reddithelp.com/hc/en-us/articles/360043513151) **Do not post content that encourages, glorifies, incites, or calls for violence or physical harm against [...] people [...] or animals.** So I'd say that we're showing a point of historical interest. This violence happened, and if no one is celebrating or trying to propagate it further, then it should really be fine, at least in my non-admin opinion of having spent a lot of time thinking about this issue.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
It's traditionally been the case that as soon as someone is named by a mainstream media outlet, the admins consider them a public figure. That's why we've been scratching our heads over this removal same as everyone else.
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Posted by u/poophead4900 1 month
The original title had the officer's name in it. I suspect that was the reason it was removed.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
Look on the bright side, you got to watch many many attempts at a bunny trying to master parkour.
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Posted by u/Ra1n69 1 month
There already is. Just put "?sort=old" at the end of the thread URL. https://www.reddit.com/r/unpopularopinion/comments/o1301w/all_subreddits_should_have_an_oldest_option/?sort=old **edit** oh you mean a subreddit, not a specific thread, my mistake.
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Posted by u/N8theGr8 1 month
Yeah obviously, we just need to quit brigading.
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