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    [–] I think abortion is usually not a solution SharkGlue 3 points ago in TwoXChromosomes

    as long as you use good reason, backed up by studies, and not simply beliefs to codify laws

    [–] I think abortion is usually not a solution SharkGlue 3 points ago in TwoXChromosomes

    Assuming good access to contraceptives and robust Sex Ed. it is unlikely to need an abortion. In an ideal world, there would be no abortion because there would be no unwanted pregnancies. But this is the real world, where nothing is perfect. Condoms break, people rape, and sometimes we make mistakes. Unwanted pregnancies happen, and we need to be able to deal with them

    [–] When you're so euphoric you have to tip 2 hats SharkGlue 6 points ago in justneckbeardthings

    Or a Neckbeard having an epiphany and throwing off the Fedoras

    [–] Trump signs largest arms deal in American history with Saudi Arabia despite warnings from human rights advocates that the deal risks making the US complicit in war crimes committed by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen. SharkGlue -1 points ago in worldnews

    the right is indifferent

    Except for the President saying he was great.

    No one on the left liked Comey maybe costing Hillary the election. The right loved him for it. But strange enough, he didn't get fired for it. He also said Hilliary and her team did nothing wrong, but no one on the right heard that, just "buttery males".

    I think most can agree on either case he was doing his job. Until he looks too close to Trump-Russia, then fired, by a man who heaped praise on him when it suited him.

    Both voting blocks are quick to change, that's politics, but having the current president firing someone running an active investigation into his campaign, is fishy as fuck, and mind boggling since he loved him only months ago.

    [–] Reddit Admins claim T_D "fosters environment of...antagonism towards other communities", yet half of the front page is mocking T_D SharkGlue 1 points ago in conspiracy

    Two half-dead subs that hate each other and that never make the front page.

    From an admin comment on the topic

    The cases where folks from SRS engage in rule-breaking is rather low for their subreddit size. When we do catch folks from SRS actually engaging in brigading or doxxing, we ban them, just like any other subreddit. If SRS gets to a point where that becomes endemic and the mods and us are not able to control it, the subreddit will get banned.

    The level of trouble we see from SRS is no where near that level. SRS is also an extremely popular flag to wave around when controversial topics get brought up, even if folks from SRS aren't touching the thread at all. SRS gets brought up by the general community far more often than it is actually involved.

    Why would anyone care about SRS when the Donnie and Anti-Donnie are all over the front page. Most people just want ALL Donnie related subs to die off. No one even hears from SRS subs anymore.

    right, and doxxing people and getting them fired is far far worse than the bs theD does.

    I never said that. But again, The_D is by far the loudest, so it get's the most attention, and again, a huge majority of Reddit want to see it's death. I could make a sub calling for Genocide, but if no one knows it's there it would likely never get banned.

    T_D dug their own grave, and then act like the Admins dug it for them.

    [–] Reddit Admins claim T_D "fosters environment of...antagonism towards other communities", yet half of the front page is mocking T_D SharkGlue 1 points ago in conspiracy

    so breaking brigading and doxxing rules aren't an issue, got it.

    Again, not what I said, and you've shown me nothing to show it or other subs are actively rule breaking.

    so whats the subscription base threshold required for the rules to start applying?

    Currently, there are over a million subreddits. Admins can't police them all so they go for the biggest (and loudest) offenders first.

    You know, let a shoplifter walk to catch a murderer.

    [–] Reddit Admins claim T_D "fosters environment of...antagonism towards other communities", yet half of the front page is mocking T_D SharkGlue 2 points ago in conspiracy

    A sub of fewer than 90k subscribers, with fewer than 300 active users atm, that is never seen on the front page. I can see why we should care about that, they could topple Reddit any day now.

    Again, you have any proof? I went there, and there are screencaps to other comments, but that's not against Reddit's general rules. T_D Mods broke new rules made for their shit, and for three Anti-Trump subs.

    [–] Reddit Admins claim T_D "fosters environment of...antagonism towards other communities", yet half of the front page is mocking T_D SharkGlue 0 points ago in conspiracy

    The ban had nothing to do with spam. That's what the filter is for anyway. The T_D Mods got banned cause they broke the rules in relation to brigading and not censoring names in screenshots.

    [–] Reddit Admins claim T_D "fosters environment of...antagonism towards other communities", yet half of the front page is mocking T_D SharkGlue 6 points ago in conspiracy

    You realise these 'Lists' have nothing to do with reddit rules. You can't stop a user tagging you in RES either. T_D mods broke a rule and now they get to play victim. If Other subs do the same, they should get the same punishment