>>3878> spammed across 30 different imageboards
What "30 different imageboards" precisely? From the image in >>>/ot/22712
— "The burden of proof rests on the claimant." (Good luck proving that particular blatant falsehood. Regardless, it wouldn't matter even if it were true: the issues to which I have been trying to draw people's attention for far too long are both very important and severely underexposed.)> constantly be at the top of /recent/
It wasn't. I do bump my threads on occasion however, just as some other people do for their own threads on various sites.> making threats against the site
I wrote this: "I do not wish to put this place on my shitlist, but I may well do so; I have no compunction against responding in kind to those who treat me badly for sites on that list." Putting a site on my own personal shitlist doesn't constitute a threat against the site. Of course, a site's presence on that list may well lead to unpleasant behavior on my part as I return bad treatment with the same ("treat others how you wish to be treated"). That is not guaranteed, though; I could instead simply decide to avoid the place, and elsewhere perhaps reference archived material to convince others to do the same.> you You're you your You're you
Also from the image in >>>/ot/22712
- "A red herring is a tangential topic introduced intentionally as a distraction or inadvertently. Trying to create an unrelated discussion about a messenger or claimant (e.g. by introducing alleged personal attributes or asking about unstated opinions) is one _very_ common example."
This as well: "It is suggestive of a nefarious agenda and/or psychopathy to purposely and repeatedly try to draw attention away from anorectal anatomy and physiology, rampant anorectal violence, associated traumatic risks, and an epidemic of ignorance and misinformation. These topics, plus the voluminous amount of information from others, are far more important than anything about a lone person trying to raise awareness of them."> shut the fuck up about it