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  • I think the assholish, dogpiling, condescending posts that were being directed towards another user is what contributed to the Trans thread being closed more than anything else. You disagree?
    Ravan
    Ravan
    It should either be shut down immediately after bigotry with an infraction for the bigot, or people should be allowed to smack down the bigot as “condescendingly” as they want.
    ScreenXSurfer
    ScreenXSurfer
    I don't think normalizing condescension is healthy for the forum. And debate a bigot all you want. I approve of that. Just tone down the disrespect. Whatabaoutism has no place when it comes to being a moral person.
    How are you doing Ravan? You have a spot in the next version of the Carbonite Cafe genre painting if you'd like to participate.
    I think your sig can use some brevity. I'll help.
    "Historians have a word for Germans that joined the Nazi party, that word is 'Nazi"

    ;)
    ScreenXSurfer
    ScreenXSurfer
    I think your reply can use some brevity. I'll help.
    "Nah"
    Rufus Shinra
    Rufus Shinra
    The fundamental causes of the unbrevity of my data response to your suggestion on the information volume of his own automated textual addendum to the multimedia content hosted on this service rented by Horton are indeed multiple. Beyond the obvious interpretation of Kant, Descartes and Plato on the timeless question of the inversely proportional relation between a signature length on a forum post and the inherent quality of said post, a more pragmatic approach can, or maybe must, be found to discuss this conundrum debated already by our ancestors through the famous paintings of Lascaux. As we both know, the paradigm of a non-linear structuration of the signature volume is based on the duality of the poster and their post, a duality demonstrated by the famous works of Richard Feynman during his shitposting time in the Manhattan Project. But can Feynman be considered wiser on that vision of the cyberworld than, say, Ravaillac who, by his famous political action of the early 17th century, redefined the forum signature in most of Western Europe? This is a question worth debating, don't you agree?
    IndyFront
    IndyFront
    Whale then
    Well, I came here initially because I assumed that the complaints about the SB mod staff would not be issues here, but it seems that several of the issues I had with them are likely to be worse here. I don’t feel that this is what I was looking for. I’m not hopeful regarding the future of the site, but I wish you good luck, nonetheless.
    I'm confused... why are you leaving now when the suggestion for a no bad faith debating rule was shot down a month ago and you even posted in the suggestion thread shortly after that was brought up? Also that was suggested in response to Rodyle who isn't right wing and you've liked her posts and you didn't seem to have a problem with her doing it. So do you only have a problem when people who are your political opponents debate in bad faith because that comes off as hypocritical.
    Ravan, what do you do around here? Do you write any fiction, how did you find your way to FiC? Do you have a SB account?
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