My post was removed because: “Old story with minor update - removed”
Scenario: if someone had posted that JFK was assassinated, and 70 years later evidence came out that there was another shooter, would the moderators take that new post down because it had a “minor update”?
It's possible I'll be able to show up to the Boston event. Is there a final cutoff day after which we can't register/RSVP/whatever?
Right wingers flocked there because of the horribly offensive jokes, but then just as many jokes at their expense were thrown in their faces. I think /r/drama is just full of a bunch of trolls trying to get a rise out of anyone they can. They're opportunistic predators, lol. There's no denying that actual scum made their homes there, but I always thought /r/Drama was more like 4chan's /b/. A bunch of asshats being edgy for the sake of the luls, and not caring who they offended (except that they really wanted to offend people into taking them seriously).
/r/Drama was what some people wanted /r/SubredditDrama to be - a place where people can not only point out drama in other places, while at the same time poking at the drama-llamas and luring them in to harass them at their leisure - all while being allowed to be endlessly crass, offensive, and idiotic, just for fun.
I say good riddance, but there was an overlap between this sub and that, so I'm sure not everyone will agree with me.
I think /r/drama is just full of a bunch of trolls trying to get a rise out of anyone they can.
Yeah, that's a lot of it. They used to username ping anyone associated with posted drama just to try to mess with them.
To be honest, it was fairer that way. The people we pinged would be upvoted if they could stand up for themselves and we laughed.
I think it's sleazier to stand in the balcony and take potshots.
I thought it was funny. I've been pinged from there before. Sometimes I'd show up and shitpost, and sometimes I wouldn't. Once I pre-emptively pinged myself because the totesmetabot told me that someone had linked to my comment over there.
Some people couldn't handle it though, and I've heard that there were numerous complaints to the admins about harassment.
While we're at it can someone explain what that subreddit is about? It baffles me.
apparently on Hulu
piracy seems to be the only option
Someone make sense of this
Hulu typically only keeps either the most recent season, or the most recent 8 or so episodes, depending on the show. Either way, you can't watch the entire series of something on Hulu generally.
Here we go with another bot ring. This is an identical post lifted word for word. Tag them and their associates if you have RES. I wish the admins would clean this shit up.
This account also lifts comments and reposts them too:
It even has some identical comments by other bot accounts.
——- Edit: if you want to help hunt these assholes (the admins obviously don’t give a shit), then have a look or participate over at /r/TheseFuckingAccounts. These bots make up half of front page content on some subreddits on occasion. They will be the death of this place, eventually you won’t just deal with reposts, you’ll be replying to and conversing with bots that post comments - you won’t know who to trust.
The mods in this sub don't care about repost bots. They run rampant here.
It started with this thread:
This thread was posted as a response:
Then this thread was posted as a response:
Then this thread:
And basically there have just been a ton of people trying to "out-aww" each other and posting various response threads.
edit They've moved on from "exotic" animals, and are now posting baby animals.
This looks like an interesting subreddit. I currently mod a bunch of animal subs, and the content is getting a little old. I have no problem approving "offensive" comments, I already moderate several subreddits that "let the votes decide". I'm quite capable of being courteous and professional in modmail. The majority of what I do is spot spammers and bots that try to appear human.
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