Profile overview for finkle_is_mayor.
Submission statistics

This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

2 submissions to pics

1 submissions to Trashy

1 submissions to losangeles

This user has so far shared a total of 4 links, started a total of 0 discussions and submitted a total of 109 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 27 and downvoted 1 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 211 and downvoted 7 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

My friend's daughter is missing. /r/losangeles mods are being difficult. Please keep a look out. , submitted: 8/29/2015 4:14:43 AM, 77 points (+81|-4)

My 16 year old goddaughter everyone..., submitted: 8/7/2015 2:38:39 PM, 10 points (+10|-0)

Bernie at the beach, submitted: 7/26/2015 1:24:57 AM, 7 points (+8|-1)

Sunny sibe up, submitted: 8/29/2015 3:00:14 AM, 6 points (+6|-0)

5 lowest rated submissions:

Sunny sibe up, submitted: 8/29/2015 3:00:14 AM, 6 points (+6|-0)

Bernie at the beach, submitted: 7/26/2015 1:24:57 AM, 7 points (+8|-1)

My 16 year old goddaughter everyone..., submitted: 8/7/2015 2:38:39 PM, 10 points (+10|-0)

My friend's daughter is missing. /r/losangeles mods are being difficult. Please keep a look out. , submitted: 8/29/2015 4:14:43 AM, 77 points (+81|-4)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

The eternal moderation dilemma, I'd like to hear your thoughts on this one submitted by Atko to announcements

finkle_is_mayor 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago

I'm not sure I have an answer or a real thought on the subject. I'm no fan of what happened on /v/askvoat and blocked it as a result. Most of my comment history was from that sub, so I've kind of slowed down in my participation. On the subject of moderation, I feel the main difference between subs like /v/askvoat and ones like /v/fatpeoplehate is that one attracts a large, diverse group of people and one is more focused. In the more focused subs, it makes more sense to have more customized rules. Ones like askvoat seem to be more like default subs, so having one person make such an impact that the majority of the user base highly disagrees with, I don't think it makes sense to let that one user be able to turn everything upside down. The problem I find in this scenario, though, is how do you make the distinction? A lot of arbitrary opinions can be thrown into the pot and it seems it'd be silly to have an entire community voat on what is default and what isn't. So, really, while I absolutely disagree with the mod-who-shall-not-be-named and pretty much everything she has to say and would love for her to just disappear from the site and for her to stop being such an antagonistic "martyr," would that solve the issue at hand? I'm no help, just needed to vent my frustration with it. I do not envy your position at all, but I am absolutely delighted by your care and active response in the matter.

What can you do today that you could not do a year ago? submitted by FormerRedditUser to AskVoat

finkle_is_mayor 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago

Walk. I had an accident with my dog one morning during his zoomies fit. He knocked into me, dislocated my knee, fractured my kneecap, and tore a tendon. It took about 20 weeks and some intense physical therapy to be able walk again and about a year to be able to walk without pain. Now, I still have trouble going downhill as my knee still isnt very strong, but going uphill is no problem. I was down for so long that my leg had forgotten how to communicate with my brain and so physical therapy three times a week sucked, but the therapists certainly did their jobs well.

What remakes/reboots did you like more than the original? submitted by ImKnotVarySmart to movies

finkle_is_mayor 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago

I kind of like True Grit's remake more than the original. In the original, I kinda wished horrible things upon the girl's character. Hailee Steinfeld made such a difference in it that I found myself rooting for her character more than I did when I watched the original.

3 lowest rated comments:

I was a redditor since 2005. I didn't care about Pao Or Victoria's firing, I left when they started deleting/censoring posts, who else left for that reason alone? submitted by blackjackel to introductions

finkle_is_mayor 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

While I had a few reasons to leave, my final straw was when I discovered I was shadowbanned. I don't even know what I was banned for... most of my activity involved sharing stories and pictures of my foster dogs, as well as participating in about 20 redditgift exchanges.

My time on reddit started going downhill a few months ago. Too many people acting butt hurt over the smallest disagreements and even some mods powertripping. Once I found I was shadowbanned, I just deleted the account and decided to never support reddit again.

Former lurkers of reddit, what kept you from posting and how to you feel about the CCP keeping you from upvoating here? submitted by Jean-LucPicard to AskVoat

finkle_is_mayor 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I suppose I wasn't considered a lurker, but I do like the idea of CCP because it makes for a more active community. I feel it also encourages users to think about their accounts instead of mindlessly upvoating/downvoating along with the hive. 20 CCP doesn't seem like it will take too long to obtain (but then again, this is only my second comment here). Like other users have mentioned, Voat is a small community, so in a way, you might have a better chance at more invigorating discussions where you're not called an asshole for dissenting views. All in all, my overall impression is that the community, so far, seems to have a better grip and the CCP helps to contribute to that.

What is your favorite family tradition? Something that you are pretty sure only your family does. submitted by CapinBoredface to AskVoat

finkle_is_mayor 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

My husband and I celebrate T.Hanksgiving and marathon Tom Hanks movies all day on Thanksgiving. We eat, get drunk, and game on our PCs as well.