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>You have been muted for 34 minutes 8 seconds, because your comment was not original.
Can we get a list of everything that's ever been posted on /r9k/ so we can ctrl+f whatever we're about to post to avoid this?
Or, you know, just remove the muting and simply say, "Someone posted that already, try again."
Banned for something unrelated to what I posted
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So I wake up and go onto 4chan.
I make a thread on /pol/ about fascism and democracy, and I relate it to how leddit and 4chan works, showing the pros and cons of each system and what not.
I believe that a janitor on /pol/ deleted the thread and banned me for something completely unrelated, which is why it says that I was using "Anonymous" as a name and that I "posted child porn". The only other two threads I made were on lit and mu about parables and waltzing music, yet those threads are still up.
I believe that whoever banned me didn't bother to read the whole thread and simply saw it as a "4chan vs leddit" thread; and if you'd read the thread (Which i posted in the pic), it really has nothing to do with 4chan or leddit.
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What's with all of the hate for the entirety Reddit? I mean, I can understand why people would be against all of the faggotry that goes on in subreddits such as /r/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu/, but just like 4chan, not every board is the same. I personally don't like /a/ and /mlp/, but I do enjoy /tg/- so why can't it be the same with Reddit? Personally, I have autism (aspergers) and I find it helpful that I can use it to interact and speak to others who can relate to me on /r/aspergers. I also frequently visit /r/gamedeals for obvious reasons. I might visit them, but that doesn't automatically make me a meme-spouting faggot.
SUperhero movies belong in /tv/, not in /co/
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I'm so fed up with /co/ having thousands of threads about superhero movies. I know this Comics and Cartoons board is also about artworks that are related to both mediums, but the excessive presence of movie threads is making it harder and harder to actually discuss comics, and very boring to the average comic fan.
I mean, it's as if /lit/ was suddenly full of threads about literary adaptations into cinema (I've checked, just in case, and it isn't)!
Moot, mods, how about we keep movie threads in /tv/, no matter how /co/-related? I know comics are a dying medium and all that, but that doesn't mean we should turn /co/ into a sub-board of /tv/
(Hey, maybe sub-boards could solve this problem? /co/ could have a sub-board for comics, one for cartoons, one for /co/-related movies, etc.)