Yeah, groupsex seems to be the way to go
Seems to work
The problem is that he now has the same mentality as in example flat earth believers; not taking any feedback seriously and shoots them down immediately/being ignorant. Also acts like he knows everything now just because he watched the documentaries.Yeah, the subreddit is blowing up as well.
I don't know why, he's just stating how he sees it.
Exactly, a bit disappointed in h3h3, I used to really like Ethan.The problem is that he now has the same mentality as in example flat earth believers; not taking any feedback seriously and shoots them down immediately/being ignorant. Also acts like he knows everything now just because he watched the documentaries.
Like this person said
I understand what you're saying but imo they should have just put the subreddits on forced private mode for x amount of time, not straight out ban them.I mean, obligatory "Reddit mods are ghey" comment, but I kinda get their point of view. The media is scouring every single fucking thing they can think of, and that includes the internet, seeing as the guy livestreamed the entire thing.
All sites are going into full defense mode, so that "reporters" don't find stuff like /r/watchpeopledie or /r/imgoingtohellforthis.
Can you imagine? Some shitty "reporter" finds /r/imgoingtohellforthis, doesn't understand that particular sort of humor, writes a piece about how they're all a bunch of racists, and how reddit is promoting racism, stuff like that. Imagine the PR nightmare that would be for Reddit...
Doesn't matter if it's true or not, if they write it, people believe it.
Of course, but I remember /r/jailbait having millions of subs before the admins took action. Hard to believe it stayed under their radar for so long. They need site-wide rules for content that is never acceptable and endorse these.Well, shit like /r/jailbait, I can follow. It's underage girls, that's not only very controversial, it's just downright illegal. Same with /r/creepyshots, I suppose.
There even was a short "riot" over on /r/animemes, after one of the mods got a permaban for posting loli content (not even 18+, it was pretty PG).
It is a shitty feeling. Ordering and paying someting online and having to wait multiple days, especially when it's electronics. (I had to wait WEEKS for my speakers)Aw man, I don't I will get it until next week, feels bad man D: