This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
57 submissions to MeanwhileOnReddit
54 submissions to Showerthoughts
26 submissions to videos
13 submissions to TIL
11 submissions to politics
This user has so far shared a total of 143 links, started a total of 138 discussions and submitted a total of 9742 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 20518 and downvoted 2309 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 19193 and downvoted 8854 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
When I hear the CEO of Reddit say he's not afraid of Voat [Warning: reactiongif], submitted: 7/12/2015 10:21:46 PM, 477 points (+490|-13)
Mass censorship on Reddit today as mods delete 3 frontpaged posts and hundreds of comments revealing Hillary directed her IT guy to illegally alter emails, submitted: 9/19/2016 3:28:28 PM, 443 points (+445|-2)
Snowden: "I told the US government I'd return to the US if I was guaranteed a fair trial...[they] responded with a letter from the attorney general saying they promised they would not torture me.", submitted: 2/26/2016 12:07:28 AM, 416 points (+419|-3)
The /r/worldnews mods have personally deleted a +3,600 karma comment pointing out TPP censorship, as well as dozens of others, submitted: 7/1/2015 3:50:39 AM, 395 points (+398|-3)
I'm tracking Reddit's numerous deletions of the Ellen Pao $276k legal fee article, submitted: 6/18/2015 7:53:21 AM, 352 points (+354|-2)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Do you think that the recent discussions about /v/AskVoat should be relegated to a single megathread, or do you want multiple threads discussing discussing these meta topics?, submitted: 8/11/2015 11:39:08 PM, -9 points (+2|-11)
[Meta] Just noticed a very popular post was deleted from /r/pics and the top of Voat, submitted: 7/12/2016 7:01:55 PM, -3 points (+3|-6)
Why isn't this shitpost 50 upvoats ahead?, submitted: 1/4/2017 5:01:17 PM, -1 points (+5|-6)
NBC's "Parks and Recreation" puts data privacy under the comic lens, submitted: 2/12/2015 12:57:18 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)
Oh you, laddergoat, you so random., submitted: 6/19/2015 7:00:36 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)
3 highest rated comments:
SuperConductiveRabbi 4 points 189 points 193 points (+193|-4) ago
The reason the Federal government doesn't shut down sites is because the vast majority of sites comply with the orders to give the government backdoors. Only the companies that don't are the ones that get shut down, and the CEOs end up in prison for unrelated crimes that the government just mysteriously gets evidence for.
They'll come for Voat, either legally or with a forged cert that lets them sniff the traffic via one of their Internet backbone wiretaps. They'll know the IP addresses of every poster that criticizes the US government, just like Reddit.
SuperConductiveRabbi 0 points 188 points 188 points (+188|-0) ago
Except that a thirteen-year-old boy will forever remember the time that exploring his sexuality and acting like a kid got him arrested, and most likely he'll be bullied as a "rapist" for the rest of his school career. It should've resulted in nothing more than the boy cringing in humiliation whenever he thought of that time he tried to kiss a girl on a dare, and the girl rolling her eyes at the insult that someone below her perceived social standing tried to kiss her non-consensually.
Taking all bets: depression, medication, counseling, extended virginity, fear or hatred of authority/cops, anxiety, frustration channeled as hatred of women, suicide. Open-bet: how much you want to put down that the girl will now answer "yes" on any anonymous questionnaire that asks "females: have you ever been the victim of a sexual assault?" She'll probably just nod her head in blind agreement when her college orientation tells her that one in four women are sexually assaulted.
SuperConductiveRabbi 8 points 179 points 187 points (+187|-8) ago
I think it's fair to say that this rhetoric triggers me. Why? Because it's exactly what we all heard on that other site. Whether casual or just a correlation, this type of talk preceded increased censorship, increased SJW presence, and an increased push by powermods to delete offensive content. If you're familiar with how white knights behave, none of these things should be surprising, and you're more likely to say that the call to put one gender over the other is what caused many of those changes.
I see Voat as gender neutral. In fact, this is the first time I've even wondered about the genders of the people to whom I'm replying. On Voat ideas, interests, passions, and hobbies should take precedence, and if women happen to be interested in those things, great! The more the merrier.
We don't need to target women, just like we don't need to target, say, people with dwarfism, or Native Americans, or Hispanic people. Also, Buzzfeed should die in a fire and we shouldn't be giving it clicks.
3 lowest rated comments:
SuperConductiveRabbi 25 points -24 points 1 points (+1|-25) ago
Spoiler alert for naive Voat users: these users are praising Hitler.
SuperConductiveRabbi 17 points -14 points 3 points (+3|-17) ago
God, your 15 minutes were up two years ago. Give it a rest!
SuperConductiveRabbi 15 points -13 points 2 points (+2|-15) ago
He said a judge isn't qualified to rule on a case because he has Latino ancestry.