>>8330 >hi anon threads verboten That's a lie. There are enough of those threads, and more of them are clogging the board. The poster knows that and doublesdown instead of stop for common sense's sake.
>>8339 Just throwing this out there, if you want to screw with boom-boom without disrupting the rest of the site, you can always just dump the Hi Anon posts directly into his containment threads until they hit bump limit.
>>8355 You both are literally identifying each other as spam. It isn't coincidence my friend. You are different forms of the same problem. You both need to post what you want and damn anyone that says to compromise the style. You are literally the same.
>>8359 >>8360 In both of your cases, both of your posting styles are suitable in moderation, which is the main contention. Why this is a problem for you both, I have no idea.
News threads are nice when you don't desire to make generals on the site where the only discussion goes into three or four threads where one poster dominates, actively squashing debate because OP knows best.
Hi Anon is cute, but for fuck sake, you can't have a million of them and get replies on any significant portion of them. Tone it down.
>>8358 >>8359 The problem is that your excessive autism prevents you from evaluating reader interest. You post content that nobody is engaging with because they're not interested, and instead of tailoring your content to make it better, you double down and insist that everyone else is somehow at fault for not being interested.
If you ever run out of Facebook memes, you could always get a UK proxy and start ranting about Naruto.
>>8366 The reason why nobody replies to those posts is because the conversation is not worth having. A bunch of one-off posts in a single thread whom nobody replies to is by volume the same as a bunch of individual threads with no replies. At least the HI ANON threads have ponies in them.