Profile overview for ChillyHellion.
Submission statistics

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

3471 submissions to CoOpGaming

2591 submissions to gaming

1212 submissions to android

1060 submissions to technology

775 submissions to Alaska

This user has so far shared a total of 16850 links, started a total of 383 discussions and submitted a total of 21274 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 47237 and downvoted 2270 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 52536 and downvoted 4026 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

I saw Ghostbusters and it was actually really good, submitted: 7/22/2016 4:42:48 PM, 565 points (+590|-25)

Snowden: Others Get Prosecuted for What Hillary Clinton Did, submitted: 9/3/2015 11:06:38 PM, 388 points (+396|-8)

Comcast VP: 300GB data cap is business policy, not technical necessity (x-post /v/DigitalDivide), submitted: 8/14/2015 8:27:13 PM, 386 points (+392|-6)

Georgia sues man for posting annotated state laws online, submitted: 7/26/2015 11:56:21 PM, 383 points (+388|-5)

Drug with rage-inducing >5,000% price-hike now has $1/pill competitor, submitted: 10/22/2015 8:34:11 PM, 371 points (+373|-2)

5 lowest rated submissions:

Apple Maps now more popular than Google Maps on iPhone, iPad, submitted: 12/8/2015 6:23:14 PM, -4 points (+2|-6)

Hillary Clinton's Doctor Says She's Healthy Enough To Be President, submitted: 7/31/2015 9:30:16 PM, -2 points (+2|-4)

Can Apple Music Steal Radios Last Advantage?, submitted: 8/7/2015 9:51:39 PM, -2 points (+1|-3)

Climate Change Is So Bad That the US and China Agree on It, submitted: 9/28/2015 11:00:15 PM, -2 points (+4|-6)

From Warcraft to Hearthstone: How Blizzard is leaving its 1990s PC gaming roots behind, submitted: 11/23/2015 6:58:27 PM, -2 points (+1|-3)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

Microsoft makes final, aggressive Windows 10 upgrade push: "the upgrade is approved when the user either clicks the "OK" button or the "X" in the upper right corner of the notification. submitted by ElspethTirel to technology

ChillyHellion 0 points 72 points (+72|-0) ago

That's... diabolical. I'd be pissed if I dismissed this message only to find out Windows 10 had helped itself to a large chunk of my bandwidth cap while I was out.

I saw Ghostbusters and it was actually really good submitted by ChillyHellion to whatever

ChillyHellion 0 points 67 points (+67|-0) ago

Thank you, sir. I originally intended this for /v/movies but realized it would be discourteous to the community there; however, /v/whatever is free game and posting in /v/jokes would have made guessing the punchline too easy.

3 lowest rated comments:

deleted by user submitted by she to subverserequest

ChillyHellion 19 points -10 points (+9|-19) ago

Then we'll have to confront those wrongs when they occur. We can't deny someone from a valid process just because they "might do something wrong later". Or even if they will do something wrong later. We're not the thought police here. If someone violates Voat's terms of service, they're banned. If they mistreat the community, we can as a community take action, move to another subverse, do whatever we feel we need to within the limits of Voat's TOS. But we shouldn't deny someone their rightful process just because we disagree with their views. If we do that then we're just the same as Reddit. I'd rather be better.

This isn't Reddit. Stop upvoating shite, and then wadding into the comments sections, based on the title alone. Read the fucking articles. submitted by Salicaz to whatever

ChillyHellion 15 points -8 points (+7|-15) ago

I blocked /v/politics and its much better. Now I feel like a get a normal amount of politics through /v/AskVoat, /v/Whatever, /v/news, and /v/ShowerThoughts without it dominating the feed. And as a result, I see more small subs in /v/all that I'm not subbed to, which is awesome.

This isn't Reddit. Stop upvoating shite, and then wadding into the comments sections, based on the title alone. Read the fucking articles. submitted by Salicaz to whatever

ChillyHellion 13 points -8 points (+5|-13) ago

I made a thread over at /v/news to suggest that old yet relevant articles (allowed by rule 1) should include a date in the title so that it's clear when an article is old news.

I like that /v/news gives leeway to old yet relevant articles, but often these posts are voted up just because people see them and assume they're new.

Including the date in the title for old posts would allow voaters to see which stories are old and vote on relevancy. Rule 1 already defines old as older than 30 days.