This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
33 submissions to askgoat
14 submissions to AskVoat
5 submissions to AskVoat2
4 submissions to videos
3 submissions to gaming
This user has so far shared a total of 6 links, started a total of 55 discussions and submitted a total of 324 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 2516 and downvoted 24 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 2085 and downvoted 83 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Is anyone else getting fed up with the low quality of video game writing?, submitted: 7/23/2015 10:36:07 PM, 311 points (+317|-6)
Did you know that /v/AskGoat has almost as many active users as /v/AskVoat now?, submitted: 8/22/2015 4:44:44 AM, 124 points (+128|-4)
Do you think Americans will ever be able to reclaim the rights stolen from them by the Patriot Acts?, submitted: 7/19/2015 12:31:43 AM, 89 points (+89|-0)
What's the weirdest conspiracy theory you actually believe?, submitted: 8/21/2015 3:23:58 PM, 45 points (+45|-0)
What's the most unbelievable fact that you know?, submitted: 9/11/2015 9:35:54 PM, 44 points (+46|-2)
5 lowest rated submissions:
TIL the Pacific Rim trailer matches up perfectly with the Space Jam theme., submitted: 7/9/2015 9:35:05 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)
While walking along the beach with your SO you stumble over a lamp. A Butt Genie emerges in a cloud of smoke. You get three wishes, but whatever you wish for appears in your ass. What do you wish for?, submitted: 8/19/2015 10:36:19 PM, 1 points (+3|-2)
How do you make spaghetti?, submitted: 8/19/2015 11:33:51 PM, 3 points (+3|-0)
Daily smoke: In your opinion, what's the best smoke for under $2 a stick?, submitted: 8/22/2015 5:58:49 PM, 4 points (+4|-0)
Are you excited for the new Star Wars movie?, submitted: 8/19/2015 10:09:00 PM, 5 points (+7|-2)
3 highest rated comments:
ProfKraken 0 points 122 points 122 points (+122|-0) ago
That's how censorship works. It's like a locomotive. It starts very slowly, gaining momentum and speed with every use, until its beyond control.
I know some concepts/opinions/images are really shitty, but they are the price we pay for freedom.(In another world I'd love to see rednecks waving flags and shouting for their neighbors rights to fuck whatever they want and believe whatever they want.)
the SHE situation needs a resolution now. shes called the FBI for a situation that didnt need it. she deletes before talking. she made and enforced a pedantic rule. how is she still a mod? submitted by escapefromredditbay to AskVoat
ProfKraken 6 points 85 points 91 points (+91|-6) ago
1) Enough with the martyr story. Mods, by the very nature of their work, must put themselves out there and be open to public scrutiny. @She knew(or, rather, should have known) this when requesting to become a mod. Intelligent users separate mod accounts from their personal posting accounts for this very reason. A mod account should only be used for official moderation in the subverse absolutely not as a form of super user account for regular posting and the building of a larger web identity. If @she had done this, there would be no real issue with harassment, imagined or otherwise. We don't live in the 90's anymore and no one should have to be told what has become common sense. A mod should do his/her work, post a very concise(not open to interpretation) explanation for their actions, and move on.
2) Don't apologize for other people. It's a cheap maneuver, and we as a community should strive to be above that. A user can only be only responsible for his/her own actions and we should all know that by now.
3) Read, and encourage others to read, the mod logs and do some simple research before forming opinions on the actions of moderators, rogue or otherwise. Part of being a "sensible and reasonable adult" is recognizing that users on forums do not speak with the one voice and that the short-sighted, emotionally charged posts of a number of users do not mean that others are not having thoughtful and civilized discussion. If you want to handle a subject with maturity, then I suggest you begin by participating in mature discussion rather than crossing your arms and calling everyone in the room children.
ProfKraken 0 points 76 points 76 points (+76|-0) ago
Thanks to Snowden we know that not only does the NSA keep tabs on everything we do online, they have manipulated manufacturers into giving them unrestricted access to you hardware.
CP is the perfect weapon. It destroys all credibility of anyone even tangentially related to it, the public openly condemns the accused with little evidence, possession carries massive sentences, and it can easily be planted from a distance via the internet.
3 lowest rated comments:
ProfKraken 3 points -3 points 0 points (+0|-3) ago
If you can't see past the surface level, yes, they appear very different, but at their core the motivating factor is hatred based on broad classification. "Isms" are the problem. An ism is a broad generalization, like "all chairs have four legs". There is often some truth in isms(for instance most chairs do have four legs, even if some have three or even none) that's what makes them so attractive. Our brains evolved for threat assessment and survival, and so this tendency toward classification was quite desirable. Even if 1 in 20 bears might not want to kill one, its better to err on the side of caution. This why so often one might find oneself making snap judgments. It's easy, just like hatred.
ProfKraken 2 points -2 points 0 points (+0|-2) ago
I was addicted to WAAAAATUR! But now I am shiny and chrome. I shall ride eternal IN VALHALLA!
ProfKraken 2 points -2 points 0 points (+0|-2) ago
Yeah, man, but she was hot. Totally different. I don't know about you, but I've never seen any teenage girls develop a crush on older authority figures. Way different.