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quipna joined on Sep 1st, 2011, since that has made 52 posts that are still accessible today, 13 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, quipna has given 70 upvotes, and was last online on Jun 18th, 2016.
imma probably attend this
you never change, @effect
nice anime tiddie
welp, game over man, game over.
(this is why you only run tor via a live OS without persistence run off of a thumbdrive bought with cash the next town over on a public computer, and then DBAN everything)
What's that thing sticking out of the DmC box? Either way, cool stuff, though Nagisa > Makoto
Oh and wait, it s bad to make sure that a mod has a well-grounded reason before banning them? It's bad to keep mods from banning out of anger or for pleasure? Those aren't things that result in a more balanced moderation system, one unlike a authoritarian circlejerk like the BakaBT forums are?
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Assuming you aren't an alt account for an established user:
I really like you kid, you've got spunk.
Oh hey, you caught it~ Why'd you think I chose 12, anyways? w
Note, however, that the image is just to illustrate the point that Kirn had not responded to any points I had brought up.
I do reiterate my point that he is in no way, shape, or form qualified to pass judgement upon the users, the community, or how it operates. If he was admin, he would be. If he didn't ban for personal pleasure outside the scope of the rules when admins told him to do otherwise. he may be a moderator and may be qualified. But hey, he isn't. WELP.
If he doesn't like it, he can leave or work to make it better.
Summary, taken from the article itself:
This article argues that our current laws on the topic are counterproductive, because they protect child molesters instead of bringing them to justice, they criminalize a generation of normally-behaving teenagers which diverts valuable police resources from the criminals we should be going after, and they lead to censorship and electronic book burning as well as unacceptable collateral damage to innocent families. Child abuse as such is not condoned by anybody, and this article argues that current laws are counterproductive in preventing and prosecuting it.
This is a really well thought-out article, arguing for something that we normally just toss aside with thoughts of "oh god ew no". Give it a read, and tell us what your thoughts are.
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