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Dango9 joined on May 25th, 2012, since that has made 7 posts that are still accessible today, 4 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Dango9 has given 64 upvotes, and was last online on Mar 3rd, 2014.

  • In Flood in Russia's Krasnodar Region

    I feel sorry for the people affected and the victims, but I also hope they learn what they get for supporting the current regime, one that talks a lot but doesn't actually care for its people. There already was a similar catastrophe a year ago, I think, and it seems like nothing has improved.

    Even if it's a natural catastrophe, things that can be improved are forecasts, alarms and evacuation mechanisms.

  • OMG, WTF, LOLz

    I hope this doesn't get dismissed as pure "grammar nazi, LOL", because while language is in a constant state of change, it doesn't mean the change can't be objectively negative.

  • In Recommend music / Spotify

    Thank you @Hikarigaiden! I wish more people participated in this thread though...

  • Aeph - Scumbag

    Nice, isn't it?

  • Recommend music / Spotify

    Hey! I've certainly seen music threads here, but not... not what I am thinking about. Here, recommend good music (bands or albums or songs) and link to Spotify URLs. I am using that program to listen to things and I don't like the clutter YouTube creates (more even because YouTube videos are not always available everywhere).

    So yeah, come on, recommend music using Spotify!

  • In Colorless puns!

    My name is Bond. CLĂ©mence Bond.

  • Facebook buys Instagram, still released own camera app

    Hello! I'm new, but I have been reading this site for a little while. I want to get into the community, so maybe this link will be my entrance token? XD Anyway:

    Some time ago Mark Zuckerberg, the dude who made facebook, bought Instagram, the place for the hipster masses to be hipsters publicly by posting pretty (or not) vintage-looking photos. And from what I've seen today, they aren't even going to keep it up. Instead, they're releasing their own app that basically copies Instagram though.

    So what, did they waste money? Did they eliminate their competition in an elaborate move? Or am I not catching something here?

    Also: Be polite please, okay? XD