Submissions: This user has upvoted 10 and downvoted 7 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 47 and downvoted 32 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Reddit is executing Order 66, removing "harassing subreddits." Will KiA and TiA survive?, submitted: 6/10/2015 8:19:07 PM, 219 points (+220|-1)
KotakuInAction has expanded!, submitted: 1/2/2015 10:17:04 PM, 147 points (+147|-0)
Let's work on improving KiA's Voat, too., submitted: 7/12/2015 5:08:01 AM, 143 points (+144|-1)
KiA will soon be under new management., submitted: 8/14/2015 4:00:22 PM, 55 points (+55|-0)
The Creepy Freaks of Social Justice, submitted: 8/11/2015 8:49:31 AM, 13 points (+13|-0)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Vindictive Protectiveness and the New PC, submitted: 8/11/2015 8:57:59 PM, 4 points (+4|-0)
Requesting /v/TumblrAtRest, only mod is inactive and sub appears abandoned., submitted: 9/10/2015 2:59:44 PM, 4 points (+5|-1)
IT'S HAPPENING: "Gay Versus Trans Bar Fight Breaks Out Over Stonewall", submitted: 8/12/2015 8:37:36 PM, 5 points (+5|-0)
Request /v/KotakuInAction be transferred to /u/BrickDick, a current mod on the sub., submitted: 8/10/2015 5:31:41 AM, 10 points (+10|-0)
So about the concerns with KiA's Voat, submitted: 6/2/2015 9:31:34 PM, 11 points (+12|-1)
3 highest rated comments:
TheHat2 0 points 27 points 27 points (+27|-0) ago
Ah, you're forgetting "hosts CP." I've seen that one, already.
TheHat2 0 points 21 points 21 points (+21|-0) ago
Shit. Looks like nothing's changed at Reddit after all.
TheHat2 0 points 18 points 18 points (+18|-0) ago
We'd allow it here, but it can't be crossposted to KiA Reddit. I asked if linking to all of the information on another site (e.g., 8chan, here) was okay to do, and the Reddit admin said no. Which I found weird, since we're allowed to link to company "Contact Us" pages, which contain pretty much the same info.
But whatever. BGotD posts are fair game here, absolutely.
3 lowest rated comments:
TheHat2 3 points -2 points 1 points (+1|-3) ago
Although imho it would probably be wise that they adopt a policy that states that mods must be non-SJW 'beyond any reasonble doubt' in order to prevent any possible future hijacking of the sub.
This is absolutely unreasonable. When people can't even agree on what line has to be crossed before someone's considered a SJW, how in the hell is this anything more than ideological purification?
I'm a mod of TumblrInAction on Reddit. That was the first sub that went huge for anti-SJW discussion. I've been called a SJW after removing posts that clearly broke the rules, or after banning people for harassing Tumblr users (after being sent proof, of course; sub policy is not to ban unless there is conclusive evidence). On KiA, I've been called a SJW because I don't believe sex = gender. Do either make me a SJW?
Thing is, "SJW" is quickly becoming a scare term to the same degree as "racist" or "misogynist." Accuse someone of it after they voice an opinion, or act a certain way, and their reputation gets tarnished as a result. This is exactly the kind of shit we call SJWs out for, so why in the hell have we become so good at emulating it? I get it, everyone's fucking paranoid of being co-opted like so many other spaces were, but don't let that get the best of you.
Look at how spaces like SRS and GamerGhazi work, and how they ban opinions and people for being "wrong," according to their ideology. Look at how that ideology is in the rules, how you're not allowed in the space if you deny that privilege exists, or if you believe women can be just as sexist as men. Don't start panicking until that shit starts to show up in moderation in our spaces. Don't shoot until you see the whites of their eyes, else you have a greater risk of hitting an ally.
TheHat2 0 points 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago
Thanks very much!