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02-15-2017 , 03:10 PM
I find it rather insulting that you call my videos spam. There have been fruitful discussions to come from people watching them.
02-15-2017 , 03:18 PM
The content of the videos is immaterial.
02-15-2017 , 03:35 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by LordJvK
I find it rather insulting that you call my videos spam. There have been fruitful discussions to come from people watching them.
The meaning of spam in this connection is as kerowo has explained to you.
02-15-2017 , 03:38 PM
Well they are no longer being posted so well done.
02-15-2017 , 03:45 PM
Thanks, keeping spam off the site is one of the main jobs of mods.
02-15-2017 , 03:45 PM
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Originally Posted by 57 On Red
The meaning of spam in this connection is as kerowo has explained to you.
The meaning of SPAM you do not comprehend. Like you actually need to look it up in a dictionary.

Now if this thread had a triangle I would tell you to go **** ********
02-15-2017 , 04:20 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by LordJvK
I find it rather insulting that you call my videos spam. There have been fruitful discussions to come from people watching them.
If you're making any money off of click ad revenue, then you're objectively posting spam and you should get permission from tptb.
02-15-2017 , 04:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Trolly McTrollson
If you're making any money off of click ad revenue, then you're objectively posting spam and you should get permission from tptb.
well he is not, if you knew how Youtube works in that regard it would be obvious as soon as you noticed the amount of views he has on his videos. Hey SJW's stop acting like you want to shut him down for any other reason than that the videos offend your ingrained regressive ideology.
02-15-2017 , 04:31 PM
So if more people saw his videos he would make money? And so his posting links to it is in his own self interest, not 2+2s.
02-15-2017 , 04:35 PM
I get the rules: you can post YouTube videos as long as they are not your own because that's spam.

I hope you guys are thrilled with what you've achieved. Hi-fives all round, another victory for social justice!
02-15-2017 , 04:37 PM
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Originally Posted by kerowo
So if more people saw his videos he would make money? And so his posting links to it is in his own self interest, not 2+2s.
No most people post Youtube videos for other reasons than monetary gain, like sharing ideas and sharing experiences. It is hard to get a youtube partnership, it takes thousands of views per video, you are really being cynical if you think that is his aim in posting videos on a subject so narrow and by chance relevant to this tiny forum is nefarious.
02-15-2017 , 04:38 PM
I mean, probably if you ask Matt for permission he'd be cool with it.
02-15-2017 , 04:41 PM
Who is Matt? Maybe we could get a Supreme Court ruling on it.
02-15-2017 , 04:52 PM
Don't you need 10,000 subscribers to get partnered on YouTube?
02-15-2017 , 04:52 PM
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Originally Posted by master3004
He's welcome to take it up with Mat. That's my last post on the subject.
Yours and everybody else's.

Final warning to all to report any concerns or take them to a moderating thread. Do not bring it up in content threads
02-15-2017 , 04:52 PM
Open a thread about it in About The Forum, that's the quickest way to get a response.
02-15-2017 , 04:55 PM
I would just pm Mason about it.
02-15-2017 , 04:55 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by LordJvK
I get the rules: you can post YouTube videos as long as they are not your own because that's spam.

I hope you guys are thrilled with what you've achieved. Hi-fives all round, another victory for social justice!
To be clear on the rules on your your you-tube videos.

You cannot link to them externally in any way. You can embed them providing it's sparingly and they are on topic. You remain responsible for the content.

Don't abuse it or I will take the simple option of banning them.
02-15-2017 , 04:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Marn
Now if this thread had a triangle I would tell you to go **** ********
Not in content threads please. The disclaimer makes no difference.
02-15-2017 , 04:59 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Marn
The meaning of SPAM you do not comprehend. Like you actually need to look it up in a dictionary.
No, it's you who doesn't comprehend, quelle surprise. Posting links to YouTube videos from which you derive advertising revenue is spamming the board.

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Now if this thread had a triangle I would tell you to go **** ********
But it doesn't, does it? And annoying one of Sweden's notorious neo-Nazis is not something I am ever likely to feel bad about.
02-15-2017 , 05:06 PM
I am just laughing at 57 on grey's post. But I have to ask, is it ok to call someone a notorious neo-nazi in a non triangle thread with absolutely nothing to back it up?
02-15-2017 , 05:08 PM
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Originally Posted by LordJvK
Here's a great example of anti-intellectual SJW tactics in action:

http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/41...rty-r-1653798/

Here, a poster called AC Slater makes a claim about the biggest shift in poliics we've seen in our lifetimes. It's a fairly innocuous post:



Now this isn't a terrible point, it's actually what most commentators have been saying.

How was this received?



Immediate mockery.

This shuts down discussion, it doesn't open it up. It just mocks the guy's point.

....<sniped>
24 hour timeout LordJvK. You've already had you're final warning not to bring posters or the forum into this this thread. Do not post in this thread for 24 hours please.

Everyone else who's been ignoring the rules - do not expect any more warnings in this thread
02-15-2017 , 05:32 PM
Can we get back to trump loving college board members banning panel speakers ( for their political opinions) that were selected by a student vote?

Is Ana Kasparian's experience just an isolated incident?

Are those conservative board members now deem-able as 'SJWs'?
02-15-2017 , 08:36 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by kerowo
So if more people saw his videos he would make money? And so his posting links to it is in his own self interest, not 2+2s.
O SNAP EDIT... chezz gonna get ya if you grunch too hard
02-15-2017 , 08:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Original Position
Do you think it is illiberal for a church to require its pastor to assent to their statement of faith?

If not, then what is wrong with an avowedly religious college requiring its faculty to also sign a statement of faith? They aren't coercing anyone to sign it. You aren't religious and don't care for their beliefs. Fine, go to a different school then.

It is coherent to believe that procedural liberalism should guide government, but Christian morality and theology should guide private life and education. If someone wants to run a university on that basis, they do not need to give up the belief that government in diverse societies like ours is best run with rules guaranteeing freedom of religion, press, speech, assembly, etc. They are not setting up a government.

I'm not sure we if we really disagree here. It's perfectly fine if you want to join a religion, or a religious school, where you celebrate beliefs based on faith, not empiricism, and choose to succumb to authoritarianism rather than individual freedom. That's just not liberal.

Find me a church that bases it's beliefs on falsifiable research instead of revelation, and I'll show you a liberal religion.

      
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