posted on Jun, 17 2012 @ 11:53 PM
reply to post by FissionSurplus
I'm with you on that. At least their thread titles are concise enough to serve as proper warning to not enter.
OnTopic: Silly ideas they may be, they are still ideas and if the posters are being genuine about them I can't complain about their threads,
Sometimes we get members who register and right off the bat begin posting an incredible amount on this website, often with agenda apparent throughout.
Thousands of posts within the month type of activity. They may or may not be what are referred to as "agents" or "disinfo shills" in that they are
paid to do this, but the impact they have on this website can't be ignored regardless. Their dedication in influencing the community is worth
Members who have been around for some time and suddenly start expressing a certain set of ideas could be victims of propaganda themselves, not the
instigators of it. Or maybe not.
I guess one suggestion would be if you see a thread that holds an idea you disagree with, or one that even angers you for whatever reason, exit the
thread. Giving attention to it will be counterproductive to your expected desire for the thread to die in a fire. I'm a poet, and didn't even know
(@nuttin4nothin You have good points about T&C. The use of "2nd line" is my #1 pet peeve on this site. I'm pretty sure no moderator will stamp your
thread if you make a good point in a single sentence, and adding "2nd line" does not constitute as a second line. Yet it runs rampant.)
One final thought: In most threads that contain extreme ideas, anything beyond page 10 is usually no man's land. Enter at your own peril!